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  • Benjamin Lynch

    Gold comb with Scythians in battle, 5th-4th centuries BC. This comb recalls the facade of a Greek temple with a colonnade made up of its 12 teeth, a triangular fronton with three battling warriors, and a frieze of five reclining lions. Excavated in 1913 at Solokha Barrow,

  • Susan

    Gold hair comb with Scythians in battle, late 4th or early 5th century BC

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