Бляшка в виде фигурки кабана Золото Государственный исторический музей Киев Маленькие зооморфные (в виде фигурок кабанов, львов, оленей, коней) и антропоморфные (в виде Беса, Горгоны и других божеств) бляшки получили распространение в искусстве скифов и использовались для украшения одежды, головных уборов и конской сбруи

Бляшка в виде фигурки кабана Золото Государственный исторический музей Киев Маленькие зооморфные (в виде фигурок кабанов, львов, оленей, коней) и антропоморфные (в виде Беса, Горгоны и других божеств) бляшки получили распространение в искусстве скифов и использовались для украшения одежды, головных уборов и конской сбруи

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(Ukraine) Gold Pendant. ca 7th century BCE. The Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, Kiev.

(Ukraine) Gold Pendant. ca 7th century BCE. The Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine, Kiev.

(Kiev) The Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine. Kievan Gold Bracelet. ca 6th-7th century CE.

(Kiev) The Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine. Kievan Gold Bracelet. ca 6th-7th century CE.

(Ukraine) Historical Treasures of Ukraine. Kiev Bracelet Gold and enamel. ca 4th century BCE.

(Ukraine) Historical Treasures of Ukraine. Kiev Bracelet Gold and enamel. ca 4th century BCE.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Plaque in the Form of a Panther curved round Gold. circa 7th-6th century BCE. South-Western Siberia, area between the Rivers Irtysh and Ob, Russia.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Plaque in the Form of a Panther curved round Gold. circa 7th-6th century BCE. South-Western Siberia, area between the Rivers Irtysh and Ob, Russia.

(Siberia) Figurine of a Gold Deer. 4.5 cm. circa 5th - 4th century BCE. Siberian collection of Peter I. minted in Eastern Iran.

(Siberia) Figurine of a Gold Deer. 4.5 cm. circa 5th - 4th century BCE. Siberian collection of Peter I. minted in Eastern Iran.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Figure of a Feline Predator. Gold, bronze cast. 1st half of the 5th century BCE. Gold Barrow, Crimea, near Simferopol, Russia.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Figure of a Feline Predator. Gold, bronze cast. 1st half of the 5th century BCE. Gold Barrow, Crimea, near Simferopol, Russia.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Animal in the Form of a Stag. ca 4th – 3rd century BCE.

(Russia) Scythian Gold Animal in the Form of a Stag. ca 4th – 3rd century BCE.

(Siberia) Gold Figurine of a Fallow Deer. Eastern Iran. ca 5th - 4th century BCE. Place of finding, Siberian collection of Peter I. Archaeological site: Discovered in Siberia. Academy of Sciences Expedition 1733-1734 of G.F. Miller.

(Siberia) Gold Figurine of a Fallow Deer. Eastern Iran. ca 5th - 4th century BCE. Place of finding, Siberian collection of Peter I. Archaeological site: Discovered in Siberia. Academy of Sciences Expedition 1733-1734 of G.F. Miller.

Бляшка "Олень" 6 век до н. э. Золото Государственный Эрмитаж Санкт-Петербург Образец зооморфного искусства ("звериного стиля"). Копыта оленя выполнены в виде "большеклювой птицы"

Бляшка "Олень" 6 век до н. э. Золото Государственный Эрмитаж Санкт-Петербург Образец зооморфного искусства ("звериного стиля"). Копыта оленя выполнены в виде "большеклювой птицы"

(Ukraine) Gothic Gold fibula made in Ukraine in the late 4th-early 5th century CE.

(Ukraine) Gothic Gold fibula made in Ukraine in the late 4th-early 5th century CE.

Скифский гребень с изображением батальной сцены Конец 5 - начало 4 века до н. э. Золото Государственный Эрмитаж Санкт-Петербург Найден в кургане Солоха

Скифский гребень с изображением батальной сцены Конец 5 - начало 4 века до н. э. Золото Государственный Эрмитаж Санкт-Петербург Найден в кургане Солоха

Scythian gold.

Scythian gold.

Burial mask of a king -- 3rd century AD -- Pantikapaion necropolis Kerch -- Gold. Panticapaeum (Ancient Greek: Παντικάπαιον Pantikápaion) was an important ancient Greek city on the eastern shore of Taurica, which is now the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine. The city was built on Mount Mithridat, a hill on the western side of the Cimmerian Bosporus. It was founded by Milesians in the late 7th or early 6th century BC. The ruins of the site are now located in the modern city Kerch.

Burial mask of a king -- 3rd century AD -- Pantikapaion necropolis Kerch -- Gold. Panticapaeum (Ancient Greek: Παντικάπαιον Pantikápaion) was an important ancient Greek city on the eastern shore of Taurica, which is now the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine. The city was built on Mount Mithridat, a hill on the western side of the Cimmerian Bosporus. It was founded by Milesians in the late 7th or early 6th century BC. The ruins of the site are now located in the modern city Kerch.

Scythian Gold Belt Plaque Gold, 5th. 4th century BC, Russia

Scythian Gold Belt Plaque Gold, 5th. 4th century BC, Russia

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