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    "Dagger and Ornamental Sheath. Date of interment: last quarter of the 1st century AD. Gold, turquoise, sard, iron. Rostov Region, south-east vicinity of Azov Dachi burial site. Barrow No. 1, Crypt 1." From the exhibition "Treasures of the Sarmatians - from the Azov Museum of History, Archaeology and Paleontology. The State Hermitage Museum. Via The Curated Object.

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