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Flagon  1st century CE.  Tumulus near the village of Chuhuno-Krepynka, Donetsk Region.  Excavations 1985.

Tumulus near the village of Chuhuno-Krepynka, Donetsk Region.

Earrings    5th - 4th century BCE.    Tumulus near the village of Maryivka, Zaporizhia Region.  Excavations 1976.

Tumulus near the village of Maryivka, Zaporizhia Region, Ukraine.

Sword Hilt   Gold and iron; chased. 14.9; 5.5 cm  Scythian culture.  5th century BC  Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol  Russia (now Ukraine)  Source of Entry:  Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg.  1864   Copyright © 2004 State Hermitage Museum.

Skythian Gold (Sword Hilt Gold and iron; century BC Chertomlyk Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Nikopol (Ukraine) Source of Entry: Imperial Archaeological Commission, St Petersburg.

Boar figurine  Late 4th century BCE.  Khomyna Mohyla tumulus near the village of Girnnytske, Dnipropetrovsk Region.  Excavations 1970.

Khomyna Mohyla tumulus near the village of Girnnytske, Dnipropetrovsk Region.

Sythian Cone with Griffins, Palmettes and Lotuses Gold, garnets and almandines; stamped, soldered, repousse, and decorated with inlay, 4th - 3rd century BCE

The State Hermitage Museum: Digital Collection -- Powered by IBM ~ Cone with Griffins, Palmettes,and Lotuses Scythian BC

Quiver plaque with Achilles story scythian  4th century BCE.  Melitopolsky tumulus, Melitopol, Zaporizhia Region.  Excavations 1954.

Quiver plaque with Achilles story scythian century BCE.

Scythian Silver Rhyton with Pegasus protome (original), found at Ulyap, Republic Adygea, 5th century BC, Greek influence. Before Conservation. The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia.

Scythian Silver Rhyton with Pegasus protome (original), found at Ulyap, Republic Adygea, century BC, Greek influence.

Scythian Gold Plaque Bearing a Scene of Sworn Brotherhood  Gold, 4th century B.C.E.  Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan Kingdom, Kerch. Text and image from the website of the Hermitage.

Plaque bearing a scene of sworn brotherhood century BCE Kul-Oba burial mound, Bosporan kingdom Kerch Gold

Scythian saddle blanket from Pazyryk, Russian Altai mountains, 4th century B.CE., St. Petersburg State Hermitage Museum.

Scythian saddle blanket from Pazyryk, Russian Altai mountains, century BCE.

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