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Caftan (Coat) Covered with Syrian Silk Showing Senmurvs (Fabulous Monsters) 9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground Silk L 140 cm The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes.

Caftan (Coat) Covered with Syrian Silk Showing Senmurvs (Fabulous Monsters) Silk, fur; L. 140 cm Early medieval culture of the Adygo-Alanian tribes. 9th century Moshchevaya Balka Burial Ground, North-western Caucasus, Karachayevo-Cherkessk Republic

Caftan Date: ca. 8th century A.D. Geography: Caucasus region Medium: Silk, linen, fur Accession Number: 1996.78.1

Caftan from 16th century (National Museum of Art, Bucarest)

Silk Sultan's caftan lined by fur, 16th century (museum Tokapi, Istanbul)

Caftan of Valachian Prince from 15 or 16th century is deposited in National Museum of Art, Bukurest. Source - Silk Gold Crimson, Buss, Silvana Editorial, 2009

Caftan, 8th–10th century Caucasus Mountain regions Silk, linen, and fur Source: Caftan [Caucasus Mountain regions] (1996.78.1) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Moshchevaya Balka - an archaeological site on the North Caucasus Silk Road" Caftan of a chieftain, covered with Syrian silk featuring senmurvs Early 9th century Moshchevaya Balka burial ground, North-Western Caucasus, Stavropol Region Silk (samite), squirrel fur

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Hermitage. Moshchevaya Balka. North Caucasus. Adygo-Alanic culture. 8th-9th century.

Hermitage. Moshchevaya Balka. hat, headscarf and half circle cloak. North Caucasus. Adygo-Alanic culture. 8th-9th century.