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Scythian Princess headgear Kazakhstan golden woman, traditional Zoroastrian burial

Scythian Princess headgear Kazakhstan golden woman, traditional Zoroastrian burial

Reconstruction shows how ancient Scythian 'Princess' discovered in Kazakhstan looked like. Science & Technologies. Tengrinews.kz

Reconstruction shows how ancient Scythian 'Princess' discovered in Kazakhstan looked like. Science & Technologies. Tengrinews.kz

SCYTHIAN GOLD DRAGON FROM  KULOVA

SCYTHIAN GOLD DRAGON FROM KULOVA

Egy történet, amelynek nyomait ma is fellelni az Altáj hegységtől hazánkig. Egy eredet, amelyből oly sok nép származott. Egy leletegyüttes, amelynek kincseit a Tutanhamon lelethet hasonlította a világ..."

Egy történet, amelynek nyomait ma is fellelni az Altáj hegységtől hazánkig. Egy eredet, amelyből oly sok nép származott. Egy leletegyüttes, amelynek kincseit a Tutanhamon lelethet hasonlította a világ..."

Reconstruction shows how ancient Scythian 'Princess' discovered in Kazakhstan looked like. Science & Technologies. Tengrinews.kz

Reconstruction shows how ancient Scythian 'Princess' discovered in Kazakhstan looked like. Science & Technologies. Tengrinews.kz

Scythian animal-style gold plaque for shield, ca 600 b.C., Hermitage, Moscow

Scythian animal-style gold plaque for shield, ca 600 b.C., Hermitage, Moscow

Scythian Bronze Bridle Pendant

Scythian Bronze Bridle Pendant

Emberek aranyban - fejedelmi sírok a sztyeppe piramisaiból

Emberek aranyban - fejedelmi sírok a sztyeppe piramisaiból

Beautiful and ornate Scythian women’s headdress and earrings. The headdress is a reconstruction, and the earrings are archaeological artefacts. The 5th century B.C.

Beautiful and ornate Scythian women’s headdress and earrings. The headdress is a reconstruction, and the earrings are archaeological artefacts. The 5th century B.C.

Replica of a Scythian woman's conical headdress from Mohyla Ternivka, Cherkaska Oblast, the Ukraine.  Late 7th or early 6th century BC. From the exhibition "Gold of the Nomads", 1999 to 2001.

Replica of a Scythian woman's conical headdress from Mohyla Ternivka, Cherkaska Oblast, the Ukraine. Late 7th or early 6th century BC. From the exhibition "Gold of the Nomads", 1999 to 2001.

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