Explore Ulagan Pazyryk, Mummy Pazyryk, and more!

Explore related topics

Name: Fragment of a Covering for a Saddle; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age; Date: Pazyryk Culture. 5th century BC; Place of finding: Pazyryk Barrow No. 1(excavations by M.P. Gryaznov, 1929); Archaeological site: Altai Territory, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River Bolshoy Ulagan; Material: leather; Technique: applique; Dimension: 34x21 cm.

Name: Fragment of a Covering for a Saddle; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age; Date: Pazyryk Culture. 5th century BC; Place of finding: Pazyryk Barrow No. 1(excavations by M.P. Gryaznov, 1929); Archaeological site: Altai Territory, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River Bolshoy Ulagan; Material: leather; Technique: applique; Dimension: 34x21 cm.

Sarmatian in the SCA: Steppe Nomad Symbolism for SCA Armory

Sarmatian in the SCA: Steppe Nomad Symbolism for SCA Armory

МИР Горного Алтая - Пазырыкская культура (окончание)

МИР Горного Алтая - Пазырыкская культура (окончание)

Female shaman.  It is unlikely that females could become shaman until after they passed the age of menstruation. Therefore depictions of female shamans, identified by pendant labia, are rare. This female shaman is found in Big Petroglyph Canyon, CA.

Female shaman. It is unlikely that females could become shaman until after they passed the age of menstruation. Therefore depictions of female shamans, identified by pendant labia, are rare. This female shaman is found in Big Petroglyph Canyon, CA.

Н. В. Полосьмак - Всадники Укока

Н. В. Полосьмак - Всадники Укока

Name: Saddle Pendant Showing Antlers; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age; Date: Pazyryk Culture. 5th - 4th century BC; Place of finding: Pazyryk Barrow No. 3 (excavations by S.I. Rudenko, 1948); Archaeological site: Altai Territory, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River Bolshoy Ulagan; Material: wood; Technique: carved; Dimension: 7,7x4,3 cm.

Name: Saddle Pendant Showing Antlers; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age; Date: Pazyryk Culture. 5th - 4th century BC; Place of finding: Pazyryk Barrow No. 3 (excavations by S.I. Rudenko, 1948); Archaeological site: Altai Territory, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River Bolshoy Ulagan; Material: wood; Technique: carved; Dimension: 7,7x4,3 cm.

Bensozia: Horses of the ancient Scythian Kings.  They wore elaborate gear, including artificial antlers.

Bensozia: Horses of the ancient Scythian Kings. They wore elaborate gear, including artificial antlers.

Scythians Graphical,Graphical Reconstructions,Ancient Scythians,Sarmatians Iranian,Magyar History,Iranian Peoples,Steppe Peoples,Scythians Sarmatians,Hussars

Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Search