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A Pair of Gold Scythian Appliqués  Category:      Greek  	  Period:      Scythian  	  Date:      c. 5th-4th Century B.C.  Material:      Gold  	  Length:      1 1/8" (2.7cm)  	  Display Stand:      Yes

A Pair of Gold Scythian Appliqués Category: Greek Period: Scythian Date: c. Material: Gold Length: 1 Display Stand: Yes

Golden Achaemenid ornament depicting a lion’s head and dating back to the 5th-6th century BCE. The city of Babylon served as the main imperial capital for the Achaemenid Persians until 331 BCE.

(Iraq) Golden Achaemenid ornament depicting a lion’s head. ca century BCE. The city of Babylon served as the main imperial capital for the Achaemenid Persians until 331 BCE.

Scythian Gold Stag, 4th-3rd Century BC Ancient Scythia was centered on the Pontic-Caspian steppe and ranged from modern Kazakhstan to the Baltic coast of modern Poland and to Georgia. The identities of the nomadic peoples of the steppes is often uncertain, and the term “Scythian” should often be taken loosely.  In the earlier period Scythian art included very vigorously modeled stylized animal figures, shown singly or in combat, that had a long-lasting and very wide influence on ...

Scythian Gold Stag, Century BC Ancient Scythia was centered on the Pontic-Caspian steppe and ranged from modern Kazakhstan to the Baltic coast of modern Poland and to Georgia. The identities of the nomadic peoples of the steppes is often.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula, Circa 3rd Millennium BC In ancient Elam, the significance of the dog was related to the goddess Gula, since they were her sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amuletic dogs may have been thought to have healing powers.

Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula. In ancient Elam, the the dog was related to the goddess Gula, as sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amulet dogs had healing powers.

Hedgehog Jewelry Element | Cleveland Museum of ArtHedgehog Jewelry Element, 400-200 BC Western Asia, Scythian, 4th-3rd Century BC gold, soldered or fused with granulation,

Hedgehog Jewelry Element, BC Western Asia, Scythian, Century BC gold Or maybe sheep?

circa 5 c BCE. Scythian gold boar bracteate. Of hammered sheet gold, the boar facing left, with legs bent under, its tail curled over his haunch, thick ribbed bristles running down its back and hindquarters, ridged ruff under its chin and belly, its fur indicated with cross-hatching, long tusk protruding from its lower jaw, small bulbous eye and neat narrow ears held back against its body, the reverse with three attachment loops. 2 in. (5.2 cm.) long

As an ancient jewelry object: this is a scythian gold boar bracteate circa century B.

Галерея драгоценностей: золото скифов. Часть 1 - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Plaque in the Shape of a Panther Gold; century BC Kelermess Barrow No. Shchults), Kuban, Krasnodar Region (formerly Giaghinsky District of Kuban Region) Russia State Hermitage Museum

Scythian gold pendant. http://oldcivilizations.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/los-enigmaticos-escitas-%C2%BFson-el-gog-y-magog-biblico/

Scythian gold pendant. http://oldcivilizations.wordpress.com/2011/10/29/los-enigmaticos-escitas-%C2%BFson-el-gog-y-magog-biblico/

A SCYTHIAN GOLD ZOOMORPHIC HANDLE  SOUTHERN URALS, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.E. Formed of sheet, in two halves, hammered over a wooden mold and chased, in the form of a predator.~

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.

This golden ram ornament dates from between 1st century B.C. to 1st century A.D. It is part of the Bactrian Hoard discovered at the archeological site Tillya Tepe. ((Thierry Ollivier/Museé Guimet) )

Headdress ornament in the form of a ram (Tillya Tepe, Tomb IV), Ist century BC - century AD (cat. gold, h x w x l: x x cm x x 1 - National Museum of Afghanistan © Thierry Ollivier / Musée Guimet

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