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Espejo. El tesoro de un guerrero sármata de las estepas. S.IV a.C. Filippovka. Rusia.

Espejo. El tesoro de un guerrero sármata de las estepas. S.IV a.C. Filippovka. Rusia.

SARMATIAN MIRROR Cerca había un gran espejo de plata con animales estilizados dorados en el mango, y la decoración en relieve en la parte posterior con la imagen de un aguila en el centro,rodeado de una prosecion de seis toros alados.

Silver mirror with gilded and embossed decoration. Sarmatian burial mound in Russia's Southern Ural steppes - Image: Leonid Yablonsky

Скифское золото Тывы

Скифское золото Тывы

Sarmatian  akinak

Sarmatian akinak

The Pectoral, discovered in the Tovsta Mohyla Barrow in the Ukrainian steppe in 1971

The Pectoral, discovered in the Tovsta Mohyla Barrow in the Ukrainian steppe in 1971

Mikhail Piotrovsky (Director of the State Hermitage Museum): "By the way, the closest “relatives” to the Scythians are not Ukrainians or Russians, but Ossetians". http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/html_En/02/hm2_6_0_156.html

Mikhail Piotrovsky (Director of the State Hermitage Museum): "By the way, the closest “relatives” to the Scythians are not Ukrainians or Russians, but Ossetians"

Clasp in gold, decorated with turquoise in the form of "knot of Hercules", thereby knot tied on the chest Hercules killed the Nemean lion skin. The maritime business loop is threaded into each other, or "knot of Hercules" is called a direct node.

Clasp in gold, decorated with turquoise in the form of "knot of Hercules", thereby knot tied on the chest Hercules killed the Nemean lion skin. The maritime business loop is threaded into each other, or "knot of Hercules" is called a direct node.

Scythian Stag (wood, gold, silver) 4thC BCE, Eurasia

The Golden Deer of Eurasia: Scythian and Sarmatian Treasures from the Russian Steppes

Scythian gold

Scythian gold

Bayern Madonnentaler, Karl Theodor, Patrona Bavariae, 1782, Erhaltung siehe Scan Taler (Madonnentaler)  VF+

Bayern Madonnentaler, Karl Theodor, Patrona Bavariae, 1782, Erhaltung siehe Scan Taler (Madonnentaler) VF+

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