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Scythian archers from 4th century B.C. Kul Oba burial. "The top-knot hairstyle

Gold Torque Ending in Scythian Riders. 400-350 BC Kul Oba Barrow, Bosporan Kingdom, Kerch. State Hermitage Museum, St. Peterburg.

Scythian vase from Kul'-Oba Kurgan, Crimea, depicting a dentist at work, 4th century BC (gold or electrum), Greek School, (4th century BC) / Hermitage, ...

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Scythian tree of life .Golden plaques representing the resurrection of a dead hero (Saka - Scythian culture, 5th century BC, Hermitage Museum).

Scythian gold appliqué with two archers, Kul Oba burial, Crimea, 4th century BC

Scythian golden comb, probably made by Greeks, from Solokha, early century, Hermitage Museum

... gold belt ornaments, Each of shaped rectangular outline, with entwined motifs ending in a pair of confronting griffins heads. The Steppes, Century BC

Sphinx - Greco-Scythian gold Sphinx bracelet, 400-350 BC, with sphinx protomes, stamped, filigreed and granulated. Found during excavations in 1830 in the ...

1st century BC Found: Barrow No. 2, Grave No. 2. Russia, Volgograd Region, the Village of Verkhneye Pogromnoye

Greek gold braceletes with relief. 4th century BC. The northern Black Sea coast,

Rider is wearing mix of Scythian and Greek war gear. He wears a Corinthian helmet and muscled greaves over his Scythian trousers.

Gold, 4th century BC At the edges of the Persian Empire nomadic peoples also left traces. This area later became part of the Russian Empire, ...

Ancient Greek Boeotian statue of woman wearing broad brimmed hat

A Scythian Gold Statuette -- Depicting the ritual of brotherhood (from the Kul Oba kurhan) -- Photo courtesy of The Canadian Institute For Ukraine Studies

Scythian Gold Goryt Overlay, 4th Century BCFound in the Chertomlyk Barrow near Nikopol, Dnieper Area, Russia. A goryt is a carrying case for both bow and ...

Scythian . Decorative Cover Pieces, 4th-2nd Centuries B.C. Gold, past: hammering

old Scythian belt title, Mingachevir (ancient Scythian kingdom), Azerbaijan, 7th century BC.

Scythian Gold Goryt Overlay, 4th Century BC Found in the Chertomlyk Barrow near Nikopol,

Close Detail from a golden Scythian pectoral from the royal grave in the Tolstaja Mogila Kurgan, middle of C BC. Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, ...

Plaque bearing a scene of sworn brotherhood century BCE Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan kingdom Kerch Gold

Golden figure of a Scythian man, from Kul-Oba, the grave of a Scythian king in Ukraine. The Scythians were an ancient nomadic group who inhabited the ...

Plaque with Scythian Warriors Ukraine, Scythian Culture. 4th century BC Found: Dnieper Area, the Village of Geremyasov, Zaporozhye Region. Geremes Barrow

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'Scythians: warriors of ancient Siberia' at the British Museum. '

Scythian archer with pointed cap, François Vase (black-figure volute krater), 570 BC Archaic Greek, by Clitias and.

Scythian Gold Ornament, 6th-5th Century BC

Detail of Scythian gold torque from Koluba, currently housed at the Hermitage Museum in St.Petersburg, Russia.

1st–2nd century A.D. National Museum, Kabul

Gold Cover fr. a Gorytos / Scythian Art Scythe, 2e moitié du 7e siècle

Types of scythian costume depicted on greek vases by S. Yatsenko

Ornament in gold for women's headdress. Found: Karagodeuash, Russia, Scythian, 4th

Reconstruction shows how ancient Scythian 'Princess' discovered in Kazakhstan looked like

Scythian goddess Tabiti/Hestia by Vladimir Bakhtov

The Scythian goddess, "Api", depicted as having snakes instead of legs, which is evocative of Shameran, the goddess of wisdom and guardian of the secrets in ...

Detail of the Scythian gold diadem from Kelermes. VII-VI c. B.C. In

Gold clothing plaque with Scythian godess, Crimea, ca 350 BC, Hermitage

6th - 5th century BC Found: Russia, Siberia. Siberian collection of Peter I

The golden deer of Eurasia : Scythian and Sarmatian treasures from the Russian steppes : the State Hermitage, Saint Petersburg

Scythian Bronze Axe Head - X.0463 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 500 BC

Asia Minor (Anatolia and the Caucasus), 1-500 AD. Belt clasp

Battle scene from crest of Golden comb found in royal burial tomb in Solokha.

Buttons Shaped like a Beast of Prey (Tiger) Gold; century bc Siberian collection of Peter I,Siberia Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg.

Male costume of the Scythians on stone sculptures (a - V century BC, b - IV century BC) (picture of the author) Numbering of sculptures by: Olkhovsky, ...

From a Xiongnu tomb on the frontier, century BC. As, "Gold Monster" in Shaanxi History Museum, Xi'an, China.

Scythians shooting with bows (gold, Panticapeum, 4th century BC). Scythians (


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Spectacular works of Scythian Art were excavated between 1986-1990 from burial mounds at Filippovka, Southern Ural

Scythian golden comb from ancient tomb in Solokha in Eastern Ukraine now resides in the Hermitage


This plaque was probably used as an ornament for clothing or furniture, or perhaps decorated a horse's bridle. 5th century BC

A fourth-century BC inscription at Olbia (northern Black Sea) honors an archer for shooting an arrow nearly 1,700 feet (521.6 m). This may seem incredible, ...


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Detail of Scythian Gold Vessel


Scythian shield plaque, gold cast, circa 600 BC, The Hermitage Museum - St…

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Plaque in the Form of a Stag Created: Scythian Culture. Late 5th - early

Scythian clothing. The Germans and Russians are only interested in the…

Plaque of a Scythian horseman. Gold, 4th century B.C.

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Scythian warriors, drawn after figures on an electrum cup from the Kul-Oba kurgan burial near Kerch, Crimea.

Scythian Gold Plaque in the shape of the griffin, tearing a goat. Gold,

Mask for a Horse's Head. Scythian, Pazyryk Culture. 5th - 4th century BC [1741x1920]

Scythian Gold Attachments with Recumbent Stags, 4th Century BC


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Scythian Gold Plaque - OS.242 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 500 BC to


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Scythian warrior. (5th-4th century BCE).

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Belt plate V - IV century. BC. Oe. Saka culture Siberian Collection of Peter I, Russia, Siberia Gold, casting, stamping Source: hermitagemuseum.orq


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Greco-Scythian gold horseman appliqué, c. century BC The Scythians were Iranic equestrian tribes who inhabited large areas in the central Eurasian steppes ...

Золотые олени (VIII в. до н.э.) Жалаулы, Семиречье Центральный

Scythian gold ornament (ca.350 BC)

Belt Buckle (Right) Created: 3rd century BC Found: Russia, Siberia. Siberian collection of Peter I Gold and turquoise

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Scythian Bronze Dagger and Knife in Double Sheath - Origin: Central Asia Circa: 600 BC to 400 BC Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Near Eastern Medium: ...

Scythian Bronze Axe Head - LO.1356 Origin: Central Asia Circa: 600 BC

Scythian god Goytosir or Oytosir (Apollo)

Plaque in the Shape of Elk Heads Joined Together Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Scythian Culture. 5th century BC Place of finding: Dnieper Region, ...

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A SCYTHIAN GOLD PENDANT CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C. In the form of a horseman on a


Plaque Western Inner Mongolia, 4th-3rd century B.C. Sculpture; plaques Bronze, cast

The Kul-Oba vase.

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Ancient Scythians bronze fibula 6th-4th century BC