The excavation of the ancient town of Akrotiri, nicknamed a “Bronze Age Pompeii”, has revealed an integrated urban settlement, complete with houses, commercial buildings, public spaces, streets and even a developed sewage system. Unfortunately, the wall-paintings that are represented here were not preserved as well as the architectural finds and have required significant restoration. Indeed, most of the wall-paintings were found broken into many thousands of almost indistinguishable pieces. Nevertheless, while the structure of the paintings may have been damaged, the colors and images of the wall-paintings of Thera did not deteriorate over the ages. This created a complex puzzle of fragments and a major challenge for the team of restorers.