// MOST INCREDIBLE DETAIL WORKMANSHIP // A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian #gold #jewelry from 3000-100 BC held at the Met in 1975. The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or 36.9 troy oz, or 2.5 lb. Assuming its 24k you can do the math. Read this amazing story here: http://www.wumag.kiev.ua/wumag_old/archiv/1_98/pectoral.htm

A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian jewelry from BC held at the Met in The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or troy oz, or lb.

// MOST INCREDIBLE DETAIL WORKMANSHIP // A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian #gold #jewelry from 3000-100 BC held at the Met in 1975. The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or 36.9 troy oz, or 2.5 lb. Assuming its 24k you can do the math. Read this amazing story here: http://www.wumag.kiev.ua/wumag_old/archiv/1_98/pectoral.htm

A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian jewelry from BC held at the Met in The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or troy oz, or lb.

Comb with a Scythians in Battle, Late 5th - early 4th century BCE

Comb with Scythians in Battle Late - early century BC Greek In composition 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.

Gold Scythian pectoral, or neckpiece, from a royal kurgan in Tolstaya Mogila, Ordzhonikidze, Ukraine, dated to the second half of the 4th century BC. The central lower tier shows three horses, each being torn apart by two griffins.

Gold Scythian pectoral, or neckpiece, from a royal kurgan in Tolstaya Mogila, Ordžonikidze, dated to the half of the century BC

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Finnic peoples, Slavic peoples and Khazars in c. Permians marked with red

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