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 Boxing boys

Men figures, wall painting replica from Akrotiri excavation. Prehistoric art. Greece, Santorini 17th century BC.
 Boxing boys, is one of the most famous frescoes, have been found in the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri on Santorini island, the 17th century BC. 

In that replica there are two boys wearing jewelry, which means that they are people of high society, or even Princes. They have belts and gloves in their right hands. Impressive is their special haircut. Their heads are shaved and have four forelocks, two large back and two smaller front. The shaving heads, is represented by the blue and declares that it is young people. The shaved head is typical of the age. Younger people had the biggest part shaven.

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