Scythians - Gorytos - Google Search//A gorytos (Greek: γωρυτός, Latin: gorytus) designated in Antiquity a bow-case for a short recurve, or Scythian, bow. Usually, the gorytos would allow to store the full quiver, with bow and arrows. Many gorytos were highly decorated. Some have been found in Macedonian tombs, such as the so-called "Tomb of Philip" in Vergina of the 2nd half of the 4th century BCE. They were also used by the Persians.
Classical Phoenician Scarabs (later 6th to mid 4th century BC), London no. 406, pl. 7, from Tharros. AG pl. 8.48. BH;PB; on a gold hoop B. Leaping Scythian bowman looking round and drawing his bow; full sleeved and trousered dress, with quiver. I