Across the top of these windows, burdened figures march upside-down toward the museum entrance. In the center of the windows two colossal heads face each other across the entrance to a harbor. Just inside the window between them, the limestone head from Cyprus from which they were taken sits on its pedestal. That carved head embodies a transitional moment between Egyptian and Greek cultural influences, when Cyprus was the destination for Greek refugees fleeing the collapsing centers of Mycenaean Greece. At the bottom of the widows, a flotilla of heads, a congregation from the exhibition hall inside, tilts and sinks, half-submerged in the waves just outside that harbor entrance, hands gesturing wildly above a lovely rippling surface that seals them in. A small winged figurine splashes into the aqua lines of the sea between them. From the shore, distant figures regard those curious breaks in the patterned waves.