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Bronze Bridle Plaque in the Form of a Resting Stag scythian Mid century BC Bronze x cm Krasnodar region, Kuban area Seven Brothers burial mound This bridle plaque is in the shape of a recumbent stag with large stylized antlers.

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

Belt Buckle (Right) Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture.

Zoomorphic Scythian plaque - Moose. V-IV century BC 
Bronze, Height 5.3 cm Width 4.8 cm

V-IV century BC Bronze, Height cm Width cm

A SCYTHIAN BRONZE BRIDLE ORNAMENT CIRCA LATE 6TH-EARLY 5TH CENTURY B.C. The…

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Eurasian gold belt ornaments,Each of shaped rectangular outline, with entwined motifs ending in a pair of confronting grifffins heads. The Steppes, 4th Century BC

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

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Pozitivnap - The elements of Scythian royal burials exhibition of archaeological finds of reproductions.

Erken Demir Çağı. İskit Kültürü. M.Ö 5. yy ilk yarısı. Ak-Mescit  Kırım. Ukrayna.

Overlay for a Wooden Vessel - Scythian culture. First half of the century BC - Barrow near Ak-Mechet Bay, Crimea, near Chernomorsk, Russia (now Ukraine) - Gold

Scythian hare

Tumulus near Shumeiko farmstead, Sumy Region.

Gold artifact from Tillya Tepe find,  six tombs of Bactrian nomads; Discovered in 1978 by Soviet archaeologist; Thought lost but discovered in 2003 in Afghan National Bank Vault, at the Presidential Palace; saved from the  Mujahadein and Taliban; Elements of  Greek, Indian, Asian culture.

Gold Artifact Excavated from Tillya Tepe -- Circa Century BCE -- Part of the…

Scythian Art - Csodaszarvas - ZerindApja

Scythian Art - Csodaszarvas - ZerindApja

Wedding Crown  Date: 19th century Culture: Norwegian

Wedding Crown Date: century Culture: Norwegian Medium: silver, stones ideal for a faerie

Scythian Bronze Openwork Animal Plaque from Kazakhstan. This plaque was probably used as an ornament for clothing or furniture, or perhaps decorated a horse's bridle. 5th century BC

Scythian Bronze Openwork Animal Plaque from Kazakhstan. This plaque was probably used as an ornament for clothing or furniture, or perhaps decorated a horse's bridle.

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

(Russia) Crimea Gold Clothing Plaque with Scythian Goddess. ca 350 BCE.

Plaque Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture. 4th - 3rd century BC Place of finding: Russia, Siberia Archaeological site: Siberian collection of Peter I Material: gold, turquoise and cornelian

Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture. - century BC Place of finding: Russia, Siberia Archaeological site: Siberian collection of Peter I Material: gold, turquoise and cornelian

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

Gold and turquoise belt buckle, century BC Siberia, Early Iron Age.

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