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Scythian ornament

Slide Collection Group 7 The slides here show the Scythian bronze pleaques found in several different sites in Southern Siberia. "Animal motifs" can be observed as the dominent decorative method.

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, C. Via Nancy Shogren

Plaques: Lion (Rightward Direction)        Period: Early Bronze Age Date: Maikopskaya Culture. Mid - late 4th millennium BC  Place of finding: Adygeya Republic (former Kuban Region), the City of Maikop  Archaeological site: Maikop Barrow (Oshad Barrow)        Material: gold  State Hermitage Museum

Lion (Rightward Direction) / Russia - Maikopskaya Culture / BCE / found in Adygeya Republic (former Kuban Region), the City of Maikop / Maikop Barrow (Oshad Barrow)

Scythian Artifacts from Sarmatian Decorations and the Siberian Gold of Ancient Nomads - Treasures of the Sarmatians, The exhibition catalog by EF. Korol'kova in 2008 at Azov.

Scythian Artifacts from Sarmatian Decorations and the Siberian Gold of Ancient Nomads - Treasures of the Sarmatians, The exhibition catalog by EF. Korol'kova in 2008 at Azov.

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Scythian gold griffin again

Scythian

Scythian

Tiger  Tagar Culture. 5th - 4th century BC  Found: Southern Siberia, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Khakass-Minusinsk Basin, the Village of Askyz.   State Hermitage Museum

Early Iron Age, - century BC - Found: Southern Siberia, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Khakass-Minusinsk Basin, the Village of Askyz.

Scythian Gold and Turquoise Zoomorphic Handle, Southern Urals, c. 4th century BC

Scythian Gold and Turquoise Zoomorphic Handle, Southern Urals, c. century BC Scythian art combined Eastern elements with influences from the Hellenic states on the northern coast of the Black Sea. The principal feature of Scythian art is its use.

Griffin attacking a deer - Scythian golden artwork Gold scythian belt title from Mingachevir, Azerbaijan [7th cent BC] St Petersburg Hermitage

Griffin attacking a deer - Scythian golden artwork Gold scythian belt title from Mingachevir, Azerbaijan cent BC] St Petersburg Hermitage

Scythians were a large group of Eurasian nomads, originally from Iran who migrated westwards to central Asia and through Southern Russia & Ukrain in the 8th and 7th centurys.

scythian art - similarity to Pictish Scottish

Scythian horse pendant

Scythian horse pendant

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

Scythian gold pectoral marvelous detail. Gold pectoral with 48 figures, Scythian, 4th century B.C., at the Kiev Historical Museum

Gold pectoral with 48 figures, Scythian, century B., at the Kyiv Historical Museum

Bridle Plaque with a Beast of Prey Curved Round | Scythian Culture | 5th century BC

Bridle Plaque with a Beast of Prey Curved Round

Golden ring with engraved animals and ornaments. Medieval, 12th - 13th century A.D. T

Golden ring with engraved animals and ornaments. Medieval, - century A.

Crow Ring by MacabreGadgets

material: bonded coral (learn more), pearls (Swarovski)colour: black, grey, whitecolour options:This item is fully handcrafted using natural materials;

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