Clay model of a shrine from the Giamalakis Collection. Unique terracotta model of a circular shrine, found at Archanes. The opening was closed by a detachable door. Inside the shrine there is a seated female figure with raised arms, possibly a goddess. Two human figures on the roof, perhaps representing worshipers, watch the goddess through the lightwell, while a dog lies near the edge. Dated to the Proto-geometric period (10th-9th century B.C.). Inv.no. G.C. 376.