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Scythian archeology: Kelermes, Kherson, Tillia Tepe - Pazirik, Altany Mountains - Scythian deer - World Safety SCYTHIAN GOLD

A SCYTHIAN GOLD BOAR BRACTEATE CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C.

As an ancient jewelry object: this is a scythian gold boar bracteate circa century B.

A Pair of Gold Scythian Appliqués Category: Greek Period: Scythian Date: c. 5th-4th Century B.C. Gold Length: 1 1/8" (2.7cm)

A Pair of Gold Scythian Appliqués Category: Greek Period: Scythian Date: c. Material: Gold Length: 1 Display Stand: Yes

Scythian gold, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg | Tours, Shore Excursions and Land Programs in St. Petersburg

Plaque in the Shape of a Panther Gold; century BC Kelermess Barrow No. Shchults), Kuban, Krasnodar Region (formerly Giaghinsky District of Kuban Region) Russia State Hermitage Museum

Scythian Gold Goryt Overlay, 4th Century BC. Found in the Chertomlyk Barrow near Nikopol, Dnieper Area, Russia.  A goryt is a carrying case for both bow and arrows (diagram).

Scythian Gold Goryt Overlay, Century BCFound in the Chertomlyk Barrow near Nikopol, Dnieper Area, Russia. A goryt is a carrying case for both bow and arrows (diagram). Ancient Scythia was centered on the Pontic-Caspian steppe and ranged from.

The oval shield, one of the most iconic symbols on Celtic coinage, appears either alone or as a central element on Celtic coins (and other artifacts) across Europe and Asia-Minor, 3rd-1st century BC

The oval shield, one of the most iconic symbols on Celtic coinage, appears either alone or as a central element on Celtic coins (and other artifacts) across Europe and Asia-Minor, century BC

The Pazyryk rug and Felts - Page 3 - Turkotek Discussion Forums

(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.

Gilt Bronze Zoomorphic Buckle Inlaid with Turquoise - OS.239  Origin: Central Asia  Circa: 600 BC to 400 BC  Dimensions: 1.45" (3.7cm) high x 2.75" (7.0cm) wide  Collection: Near Eastern Art  Style: Scythian  Medium: Bronze, Turquoise

Gilt Bronze Zoomorphic Buckle Inlaid with Turquoise - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 600 BC to 400 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Near Eastern Art Style: Scythian Medium: Bronze, Turquoise Location: Great Britain

Gürtelplatte mit Tierkampfszene Staatliche Eremitage St. Petersburg Gold, 4.-3. Jh. v. Chr., Sibirien Katalog Nr. 70 © Staatliche Eremitage St. Petersburg

Belt plate V - IV century. Saka culture Siberian Collection of Peter I, Russia, Siberia Gold, casting, stamping Source: hermitagemuseum.

NEAR EASTERN SCYTHIAN WINGED BULL PLAQUE Circa 5th century BC. An embossed gold foil plaque in the form of a winged bull with prominent horn and recurved tail and wing-tip; two small mounting hoops on the rear. Gold,

NEAR EASTERN SCYTHIAN WINGED BULL PLAQUE Circa 5th century BC. An embossed gold foil plaque in the form of a winged bull with prominent horn and recurved tail and wing-tip; two small mounting hoops on the rear. Gold,

Belt plaque: battle between a monster and a horse, Siberia, 4th-3rd C. BCE Chased gold.

Belt plaque: battle between a monster and a horse, Siberia, C. Via Nancy Shogren

Gold belt buckle, Goldsmith art, Scythian-Siberian Civilization, 3rd Century BC

Skythian Gold (Gold belt buckle, Goldsmith art, Scythian-Siberian Civilization, Century BC) Wolf and dragon or snake

Scythian Gold Plaque - OS.242  Origin: Central Asia  Circa: 500 BC to 400 BC  Dimensions: 1.30" (3.3cm) wide  Collection: Near Eastern Art  Medium: Gold

Scythian Gold Plaque - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 500 BC to 400 BC Dimensions: wide Collection: Near Eastern Art Medium: Gold Location: Great Britain

Belt Plaque (left) with Scenes of Tearing at Animals Author:	 Country:	 Collection:	Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date:	Sakae Culture. 6th century bc gold and turquoise

Belt Plaque (left) with Scenes of Tearing at Animals Author: Country: Collection: Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date: Sakae Culture. century bc gold and turquoise

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