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Скоба для подвешивания ножен. Золото, гранаты. 18х2 см. V в.

Скоба для подвешивания ножен. Золото, гранаты. 18х2 см. V в.

Греческое золото диадема с листьями, Сердолик кабошон и лошадь с всадником, Пантикапея, 3 веке до н.э.

archaicwonder: “ Greek Gold Diadem with Leaves, Carnelian Cabochons and a Horse with Rider, Panticapaeum, Century BC ”

Галерея драгоценностей: греческое золото. Часть 2 - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Pair of Earrings Shaped like a Woman's Head Gold and enamel; stamped, chased and filigreed. Circa 350 BC Stone Sepulchre, discovered in Kerch Crimea Source of Entry: excavations of D.

"Gold diadem | Greek | Hellenistic | The Met Period:Hellenistic Date:250-150 B.C. Culture:Greek Medium:Gold, garnet, carnelian, sardonyx" © The Metropolitan Museum of Art (quote) via metmuseum.org

In the century BC, the Greeks founded colonies all around the northern shore of the Black Sea. These colonies prospered on the trade bet.

Macedonian Gold & Enamel Diadem, Vergina 4th c. BCE, detail

Macedonian Gold & Enamel Diadem, Vergina-Greece B.

Golden wreath with 23 pairs of laurel leafs. Hellenistic, 2nd - 1st  century B.C

(Greece) Golden Wreath with 23 pairs of laurel Leafs.

The Ionic chiton was draped without the fold and held in place from neck to wrist by several small pins. A large belt called a zoster could be worn over the chiton.

Doric Chiton - Take two large rectangles of fabric (one for front and one for back), pin tops together from shoulder to wrist and tie a rope belt at waist to cinch dress to the body

Wreath of ivy and berries, funerary. Period: Late Classical. Date: 4th–3rd century B.C. Culture: Greek. Medium: Gold. | © 2000–2015 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

(Greece) Gold Wreath of ivy & berries, funerary. ca century BCE. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Продолжаю серию публикаций, посвященных истории ювелирного исусства, обзором необыкновенного золотого наследия древних греков, представленного в коллекции Государственного Эрмитажа. Первую публикацию из серии 'Галерея драгоценностей' Вы можете посмотреть здесь. Приятного просмотра! Открытие в 1830 г. близ Керчи (древний Пантикапей, столица Боспорского царства) кургана Куль-Оба пробудило интерес…

Kalathos (Wonan’s Headdress). Battle of the Arimaspoi and the Gryphons BCE Bosporan Kingdom, Bolshaya (Large) Bliznitsa Barrow, vault Taman Peninsula

earring with the head of Dionysos; gold, with a garnet; Hellenistic, late IV/III century bc

Gold earring with the head of Dionysos,with a garnet.Hellenistic,late c.

Gold wreaths like the one found were meant to imitate the wreaths of real leaves that were worn in Ancient Greece in religious ceremonies and given as prizes in athletic and artistic contests https://ancientpeoples.tumblr.com/post/62527320868/wreath-gold-4th-century-bc-greek-source

Incredibly rare 2,300-year-old Ancient Greek crown found under bed

Incredibly rare Ancient Greek gold crown was kept for decades in a tatty box of old newspapers under bed by owner who had no idea what it was.

Téhéran: Reza Abbasi Museum

Sasanian gold necklace, with king and flanking lions in carved lapis lazuli, - century A.

nomads folding #crown  (aka the crown of my DREAMS)

An example of an Afghan crown. Folding Crown, Tillya Tepe Tomb VI, first century A. Gold x cm x in.) National Museum of Afghanistan, Kabul Photo: © musée Guimet / Thierry Ollivier

Uzbekistan ~ Bukhara | Equestrian pectoral pendant; gilt silver with large agate (carnelian) stones | 19th / 20th century

A large Bokara silver gilt inset equestrian pectoral pendant, century

A gold diadem from the Pella museum  of the Great Tumulus at Vergina. Note the inlays on the petals of the flower.

A gold diadem from the Pella museum of the Great Tumulus at Vergina. Note the inlays on the petals of the flower - Greece

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, 2600–2500 B.C.; Early Dynastic period IIIa; Sumerian style  Excavated at "King's Grave," Ur, Mesopotamia  Gold, lapis lazuli, carnelian

Headdress with leaf-shaped ornaments, B. Sumerian style Excavated at “King’s Grave,” Ur, Mesopotamia