The Paul and Alexandra Canellopoulos Museum hosts a rich collection of exhibits dating from the Neolithic-Final Neolithic period (6000 – 3000 BC) to the Late Roman times.
The eras represented in the collection are, in chronological order:
- Neolithic-Final Neolithic period (6000 – 3000 BC) – figurines, vessels, utensils;
- Cycladic Civilisation – female figurines, vessels, utensils;
- Minoan Civilisation – vessels, figurines, jewellery;
- Mycenaean Civilisation – vessels, type Φ and Ψ figurines;
- Cypriot art – jug, skyphoi, amphorae;
- Geometric art;
- Archaic period (7th – 6th BC) – Corinthian, Boeotian and Cretan vessels.
- Attican Vessels from the 6th -4th BC – black- and red-figured vessels, white lekythoi;
- Representative examples of koroplastic art of the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic period from various workshops in Boeotia, Attica and the Cyclades;
- Archaic and Classical Age: silver and bronze items from various times;
- Late Roman period, late 6th BC to 4th c. AD;
- Fayum burial portraits.