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Cesca Faber
Cesca Faber • 1 year ago

Plaque bearing a scene of sworn brotherhood 4th century BCE Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan kingdom Kerch Gold

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#Burial #mask of a king 3rd century AD Pantikapaion necropolis Kerch Gold