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Cone with Griffins, Palmettes and Lotuses Gold, garnets and almandines; stamped, soldered, repousse and decorated with inlay. H. 19.3 cm Scythian culture. 4th - 3rd century BC Besleneyev Barrow No. 17, Kuban, Krasnodar Region, Besleneyevskaya Stanitsa (formerly Kuban Region) Russia Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg. 1897. The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection

Cone with Griffins, Palmettes and Lotuses Gold, garnets and almandines; stamped, soldered, repousse and decorated with inlay. H. 19.3 cm Scythian culture. 4th - 3rd century BC Besleneyev Barrow No. 17, Kuban, Krasnodar Region, Besleneyevskaya Stanitsa (formerly Kuban Region) Russia Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg. 1897. The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection

Изразяващ себе си :: Златото на Древна Персия, Скития, Сарматия, Крит и Хетия Persian jewelry,150 BC

Изразяващ себе си :: Златото на Древна Персия, Скития, Сарматия, Крит и Хетия Persian jewelry,150 BC

Sarmatian G olden N eck C irclet   Studded with turquoise, coral and glass from the Chochlatch kurgan near Novocherkask. Katalog Nr. 88 Â   ...

Sarmatian G olden N eck C irclet Studded with turquoise, coral and glass from the Chochlatch kurgan near Novocherkask. Katalog Nr. 88 Â ...

A heavy Gold Drop, Parthian Period, ca 247 B.C. – 224 A.D.

A heavy Gold Drop, Parthian Period, ca 247 B.C. – 224 A.D

Цветные фото с бала 1903 года (подборка) / История моды / ВТОРАЯ УЛИЦА

Цветные фото с бала 1903 года (подборка) / История моды / ВТОРАЯ УЛИЦА

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.

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.

Sword Hilt Gold and iron; chased. 14.9; 5.5 cm Scythian culture.  5th century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol Russia (now Ukraine)… | Pinteres…

Sword Hilt Gold and iron; chased. 14.9; 5.5 cm Scythian culture. 5th century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol Russia (now Ukraine)… | Pinteres…

An amazing discovery of 2,000 year old mummies in the Tarim basin of Western China occurred in the early 90s. But more amazing than the discovery itself was the astonishing fact that the mummies were blond haired and long nosed.  In 1993, Victor Mayer a college professor collected DNA from the mummies and his tests verified that the bodies were all of European genetic stock. Ancient Chinese texts from as early as the first millennium BC do mention groups of far-east dwelling caucasian…

An amazing discovery of 2,000 year old mummies in the Tarim basin of Western China occurred in the early 90s. But more amazing than the discovery itself was the astonishing fact that the mummies were blond haired and long nosed. In 1993, Victor Mayer a college professor collected DNA from the mummies and his tests verified that the bodies were all of European genetic stock. Ancient Chinese texts from as early as the first millennium BC do mention groups of far-east dwelling caucasian…

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