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Boar bronze statue from the Neuvy-en-Sullias treasure

Boar bronze statue from the Neuvy-en-Sullias treasure

Plaque Western Inner Mongolia, 4th-3rd century B.C. Sculpture; plaques Bronze, cast

Plaque Western Inner Mongolia, 4th-3rd century B.C. Sculpture; plaques Bronze, cast

Scythian,Sarmatian,Alan ,Jász Storytelling Exhibition...Jászberény-Hungary 2014. Illustrations/Paintings:Zalán Kertai painter, Gilded silver copies: Nándor Oszvald design jewelrymaker,Conception by Attila Fábián-Rigó

Scythian,Sarmatian,Alan ,Jász Storytelling Exhibition...Jászberény-Hungary 2014. Illustrations/Paintings:Zalán Kertai painter, Gilded silver copies: Nándor Oszvald design jewelrymaker,Conception by Attila Fábián-Rigó

A Celtic figurine representing a boar, found at Luncani (centuries III - II B.C.), National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj - Napoca. Source http://www.mnit.ro/colectii-mnit_2/

A Celtic figurine representing a boar, found at Luncani (centuries III - II B.C.), National Museum of Transylvanian History, Cluj - Napoca. Source http://www.mnit.ro/colectii-mnit_2/

Plaque in the form of a panther (7th cent. BC) - chiseled gold with inlaid cloisonné - Kelermesskaya Mound 1, Kuban, Krasnodar region, Russia

Plaque in the form of a panther (7th cent. BC) - chiseled gold with inlaid cloisonné - Kelermesskaya Mound 1, Kuban, Krasnodar region, Russia

Detail of Scythian gold torque from Koluba, currently housed at the Hermitage Museum in St.Petersburg, Russia.

Detail of Scythian gold torque from Koluba, currently housed at the Hermitage Museum in St.Petersburg, Russia.

An Applique with a Panther Attacking a Ram Sheet bronze, open-work. Ordos, 4th-3rd cent. B.C.

An Applique with a Panther Attacking a Ram Sheet bronze, open-work. Ordos, 4th-3rd cent. B.C.

Scythian gold figurine of a wild boar. 4th century B.C. The item was found in Homina Tomb Barrow in Dnepropetrovskaya region.

Scythian gold figurine of a wild boar. 4th century B.C. The item was found in Homina Tomb Barrow in Dnepropetrovskaya region.

Scythian Comb: Ancient region in southeastern Europe & Asia. The center of the Scythian empire, which existed between the 8th & 2nd centuries BC, was on the northern shores of the Black Sea & extended from southern Russia to the borders of Persia.

Scythian Comb: Ancient region in southeastern Europe & Asia. The center of the Scythian empire, which existed between the 8th & 2nd centuries BC, was on the northern shores of the Black Sea & extended from southern Russia to the borders of Persia.

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