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Belt plaque: battle between a monster and a horse, Siberia, 4th-3rd C. BCE Chased gold.

Belt plaque: battle between a monster and a horse, Siberia, 4th-3rd C. BCE Chased gold.

Scythian Bronze Bridle Pendant

Scythian Bronze Bridle Pendant

NEAR EASTERN SCYTHIAN WINGED BULL PLAQUE Circa 5th century BC. An embossed gold foil plaque in the form of a winged bull with prominent horn and recurved tail and wing-tip; two small mounting hoops on the rear. Gold,

NEAR EASTERN SCYTHIAN WINGED BULL PLAQUE Circa 5th century BC. An embossed gold foil plaque in the form of a winged bull with prominent horn and recurved tail and wing-tip; two small mounting hoops on the rear. Gold,

Bronze Buckle Plaque  Origin: Northern China Circa: 3 rd Century BC to 1 st Century BC

Bronze Buckle Plaque Origin: Northern China Circa: 3 rd Century BC to 1 st Century BC

Placa de cinturón escita, S. IV y V a.C., State Hermitage Museum

Placa de cinturón escita, S. IV y V a.C., State Hermitage Museum

Gold and turquoise belt buckle. Siberia. Early Iron Age. 3rd century B.C. | The…

Gold and turquoise belt buckle. Siberia. Early Iron Age. 3rd century B.C. | The…

Scythian Gold Plaque Bearing a Scene of Sworn Brotherhood  Gold, 4th century B.C.E.  Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan Kingdom, Kerch. Text and image from the website of the Hermitage.

Scythian Gold Plaque Bearing a Scene of Sworn Brotherhood Gold, 4th century B.C.E. Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan Kingdom, Kerch. Text and image from the website of the Hermitage.

Buttons Shaped like a Beast of Prey (Tiger) Gold; cast. Diam. 3 cm Sakae Culture. 5th-4th century bc Siberian collection of Peter I,Siberia Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg. 1859-1860 The State Hermitage Museum.

Buttons Shaped like a Beast of Prey (Tiger) Gold; cast. Diam. 3 cm Sakae Culture. 5th-4th century bc Siberian collection of Peter I,Siberia Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg. 1859-1860 The State Hermitage Museum.

Scythian Gold Stag Plaque, 5th Century BC  Found in the Kul Oba Barrow near Kerch, Crimea. Decorated with a griffin, rabbit, lion, panther and a ram.  The Scythians had reverence for the stag, which was one of the most common motifs in their artwork, especially at funeral sites. The swift animal was believed to speed the spirits of the dead on their way to the afterlife.

Scythian Gold Stag Plaque, 5th Century BC Found in the Kul Oba Barrow near Kerch, Crimea. Decorated with a griffin, rabbit, lion, panther and a ram. The Scythians had reverence for the stag, which was one of the most common motifs in their artwork, especially at funeral sites. The swift animal was believed to speed the spirits of the dead on their way to the afterlife.

Scythian Gold Plaque in the Form of a Panther with Cloisonne Enamel    Gold; soldered, chased, cloisonne enamelling, 7th century B.C.E.    Kelermess Barrow No. 1, Kuban, Krasnodar Region (formerly Giaghinsky District of Kuban Region)  Russia.    Text and image from the website of the Hermitage.

Scythian Gold Plaque in the Form of a Panther with Cloisonne Enamel Gold; soldered, chased, cloisonne enamelling, 7th century B.C.E. Kelermess Barrow No. 1, Kuban, Krasnodar Region (formerly Giaghinsky District of Kuban Region) Russia. Text and image from the website of the Hermitage.

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