Archaeological Museum in Kefalonia
The Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, Kefalonia: The Archaeological Museum of Kefalonia is located in the town of Argostoli, the capital of the island. It exhibits a rich collection of antiques unearthed from several excavated sites of the island, dating from pre-historic times to the Roman period. It also houses a formidable collection of Mycenaean findings.
Some of the most important exhibits on display are the 12th century B.C Mycenaean kylix which is a conical footed cup, found at the Mycenaean cemetery of Lakkithra, as well as a 12th century bronze fibula, a row of 8 figured loops shaped bow, two-handled krater with paneled motives found at the Diakata cemetery and a 12th century gold necklace with twisted spirals.