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Saddle-blanket (shabrack). Pazyryk, Altai, Barrow no. 5, 252-238 BCE. 2nd riding outfit, felt. 70 x 236 cm. Pub.: Rudenko 1953, p. 208; pl. CI; Rudenko 1970, p. 169; pl. 160; Charriиre, fig. 120.

Saddle-blanket (shabrack). Pazyryk, Altai, Barrow no. 5, 252-238 BCE. 2nd riding outfit, felt. 70 x 236 cm. Pub.: Rudenko 1953, p. 208; pl. CI; Rudenko 1970, p. 169; pl. 160; Charriиre, fig. 120.

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Carpet Pazyryk Culture, 5th-4th century BC The Hermitage Museum

Carpet Pazyryk Culture, 5th-4th century BC The Hermitage Museum

Scythian women's boots, leather, cloth, tin, and gold.  Pazyryk Kurgan area. 300-290 BCE.

Scythian women's boots, leather, cloth, tin, and gold. Pazyryk Kurgan area. 300-290 BCE.

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Parzyrik  culture (ca. 6th to 3rd centuries BC)  found in the Siberian permafrost in the Altay Mountains and nearby Mongolia

Parzyrik culture (ca. 6th to 3rd centuries BC) found in the Siberian permafrost in the Altay Mountains and nearby Mongolia

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Female wear reconstructions from grave finds at Várpalota and Orosháza by Ágota Perémi and István Dienes (from a 1993 publication).

Female wear reconstructions from grave finds at Várpalota and Orosháza by Ágota Perémi and István Dienes (from a 1993 publication).

The oldest, nearly complete hand-knotted rug dates from the 4th or 5th century B.C.E. and is known as the Pazyryk rug. It was discovered in 1949 by Soviet archaeologists inside the burial tomb of a nomadic tribal chief near Pazyryk in Southern  Siberia. The rug was protected from disintegration in the permafrost. The rug's design and construction is relatively sophisticated indicating that rug weaving had been developing for hundreds or even thousands of years. Wool pile foundation.

The oldest, nearly complete hand-knotted rug dates from the 4th or 5th century B.C.E. and is known as the Pazyryk rug. It was discovered in 1949 by Soviet archaeologists inside the burial tomb of a nomadic tribal chief near Pazyryk in Southern Siberia. The rug was protected from disintegration in the permafrost. The rug's design and construction is relatively sophisticated indicating that rug weaving had been developing for hundreds or even thousands of years. Wool pile foundation.

Эрмитаж. Пазырык Пазырык #192

Эрмитаж. Пазырык Пазырык #192

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