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Group Of 4 Rare Bactrian Anthromorphic Male Figurine/amulets 2200-1700 Bc 2

Group Of 4 Rare Bactrian Anthromorphic Male Figurine/amulets 2200-1700 Bc 2

Zoroastrian - two winged lions protecting the eternal flame.

Zoroastrian - two winged lions protecting the eternal flame.

Coins from the Bactrian empire-- note the use of Greek and Karoshthi scripts.

Coins from the Bactrian empire-- note the use of Greek and Karoshthi scripts.

On a remote forest riverbank in northern Idaho, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of human occupation going back more than 13,500 years, adding to the signs of an increasingly ancient human pr...

On a remote forest riverbank in northern Idaho, archaeologists have uncovered evidence of human occupation going back more than 13,500 years, adding to the signs of an increasingly ancient human pr...

Bactrian Bronze Starburt Stamp Seals (3), Ca. 2600 to 2100 BC. Circular flat faces with compartmental geometric symmetrical radiating floral-like designs. Middle Bronze Age, Namazga V-VI, from Western Central Asia. Approx 1”D. with earth deposits

Bactrian Bronze Starburt Stamp Seals (3), Ca. 2600 to 2100 BC. Circular flat faces with compartmental geometric symmetrical radiating floral-like designs. Middle Bronze Age, Namazga V-VI, from Western Central Asia. Approx 1”D. with earth deposits

Greece: Bactria, Eukratidas 171-135 BC, tetradrachm, silver 16.8 g. Bust of the king, at back. Dioscuri with spears. Very fine + certificate Knight    Dealer  Schwanke GmbH    Auction  Minimum Bid:  350.00 EUR

Greece: Bactria, Eukratidas 171-135 BC, tetradrachm, silver 16.8 g. Bust of the king, at back. Dioscuri with spears. Very fine + certificate Knight Dealer Schwanke GmbH Auction Minimum Bid: 350.00 EUR

Amulet Dagger - Koban culture.

Amulet Dagger - Koban culture.

A BACTRIAN LEAD WEIGHT   CIRCA LATE 3RD-EARLY 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C.   Circular in form, the openwork design with two stylized, confronting rearing lions, surrounded by four symmetrical openwork forms, an oval perforation above serving as the handle  9½ in. (24.1 cm.) diameter

A BACTRIAN LEAD WEIGHT CIRCA LATE 3RD-EARLY 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C. Circular in form, the openwork design with two stylized, confronting rearing lions, surrounded by four symmetrical openwork forms, an oval perforation above serving as the handle 9½ in. (24.1 cm.) diameter

Bactrian Bronze Age Bead Amulet Published by Archeologist

Bactrian Bronze Age Bead Amulet Published by Archeologist

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