Jurácsik László

Jurácsik László

Jurácsik László
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Scythian Gold Stag Plaque, 5th Century BC  Found in the Kul Oba Barrow near Kerch, Crimea. Decorated with a griffin, rabbit, lion, panther and a ram.  The Scythians had reverence for the stag, which was one of the most common motifs in their artwork, especially at funeral sites. The swift animal was believed to speed the spirits of the dead on their way to the afterlife.

Scythian Gold Stag Plaque, 5th Century BC Found in the Kul Oba Barrow near Kerch, Crimea. Decorated with a griffin, rabbit, lion, panther and a ram. The Scythians had reverence for the stag, which was one of the most common motifs in their artwork, especially at funeral sites. The swift animal was believed to speed the spirits of the dead on their way to the afterlife.

Facing for a Horse's Frontlet Gold; stamped. Scythian culture.  4th century BC, Tsymbalka Barrow, Dnipro Area, Zaporizhia Region, Ukraine.

Facing for a Horse's Frontlet Gold; stamped. Scythian culture. 4th century BC, Tsymbalka Barrow, Dnipro Area, Zaporizhia Region, Ukraine.

Scythian Gold Fish Of Vettersfelde, late 6th cent BC -This gold Scythian fish is the westernmost discovery of an artifact that can be attributed to the ancient Scythians. It was found by a farmer near Vettersfelde, Poland in 1882. Weighing over 600 grams, it was probably meant to be an ornament on a shield. The body of the fish is covered by little animals in relief, including a panther catching a boar, and a lion catching a deer, and the tail is made up of two rams heads.

Scythian Gold Fish Of Vettersfelde, late 6th cent BC -This gold Scythian fish is the westernmost discovery of an artifact that can be attributed to the ancient Scythians. It was found by a farmer near Vettersfelde, Poland in 1882. Weighing over 600 grams, it was probably meant to be an ornament on a shield. The body of the fish is covered by little animals in relief, including a panther catching a boar, and a lion catching a deer, and the tail is made up of two rams heads.

Gold plaque of a peacock on lotus flower. Tibetan Empire 7th-9th c AD. Private collection

Gold plaque of a peacock on lotus flower. Tibetan Empire 7th-9th c AD. Private collection

Saddle ornament. Gold, repousse and chased. Tibetan Tubo Empire, 7th-9th c. Private Collection.

Saddle ornament. Gold, repousse and chased. Tibetan Tubo Empire, 7th-9th c. Private Collection.

Clothing Plaque with Antelope and Tiger Period: Period of Tibetan Empire Date: 7th–9th century Culture: China (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Central Asia) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. 4 1/4 in. (10.8 cm); W. 3 in. (7.6 cm)

Clothing Plaque with Antelope and Tiger Period: Period of Tibetan Empire Date: 7th–9th century Culture: China (Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Central Asia) Medium: Gold Dimensions: H. 4 1/4 in. (10.8 cm); W. 3 in. (7.6 cm)

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