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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.

(Russia, Scythai) The Gold Fish of Vettersfelde.The richest Gold finds from antiquity originate from the burial mounds of Scythian princes in the northern Black Sea region. ca 500 BCE.

Avar sword near Szalkszentmárton, Hungary

Avar sword near Szalkszentmárton, Hungary

This map shows the various Celtic and Germanic tribes around circa 52 BCE.

Map of Gaul 52 BC. This vast map covers just about all possible tribes that were documented in the first centuries BC and AD, mostly by the Romans and Greeks. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 4

Alabastron: Warriors, Circa 470 BCE, Ancient Greece    The Hermitage Museum // mas sim, eu queria um em casa!

Alabastron: Warriors, Circa 470 BCE, Ancient Greece The Hermitage Museum // mas sim, eu queria um em casa!

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