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Bracelet 1st century B.C. Gold Lower Volga. Volgograd Region, Proleisky District, Village of Verkhneye Pogromnoye Burial site. Barrow No. 2, Burial No. 2

Spiral bracelet in gold with twin zoomophic end century BCE). Artifact of high goldsmith's art discovered in a burial site near the village of Verkhneye Pogromnoye, Lower Volga, Volgograd Region (Russia) -- Hermitage Museum

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Scythian Gold Goryt Overlay, Century B. Found in the Chertomlyk Barrow near Nikopol, Dnieper Area, Russia.

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Bracelet Date of interment: last quarter of the century A. Gold, turquoise, coral, glass Rostov Region, south-east vicinity of Azov Dachi burial site. Barrow No.

Scythian Artifacts from Sarmatian Decorations and the Siberian Gold of Ancient Nomads - Treasures of the Sarmatians, The exhibition catalog by EF. Korol'kova in 2008 at Azov.

Scythian Artifacts from Sarmatian Decorations and the Siberian Gold of Ancient Nomads - Treasures of the Sarmatians, The exhibition catalog by EF. Korol'kova in 2008 at Azov.

Scythian belt from Tillia Tepe, with depictions of Dyonisus riding a lion, dated to around the 1st century BC

Scythian belt from Tillia Tepe, with depictions of Dyonisos (or the syncretic Iranian goddess Nana / Nanaia) riding a lion. Tomb IV dated to around the century BC.

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Viking Gold Plaited Ring, century C. A finger ring formed from plaited wire, forged together behind and each end coiled around the other.

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