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Flask Author:	 Country:	Russia Collection:	Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date:	Sarmato-Alanian Culture. 1st century Technique:	chased and decorated with inlay

Flask Author: Country: Russia Collection: Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date: Sarmato-Alanian Culture. 1st century Technique: chased and decorated with inlay

Plaque Showing a Fabulous Animal  Created: Russia. Sarmato-Alanian Culture. 1st - 2nd century  Found: Barrow No. 1 (excavations by N.I. Veselovsky, 1908). Kuban, Krasnodar Territory, Tiflisskaya Stanitsa

Plaque Showing a Fabulous Animal Created: Russia. Sarmato-Alanian Culture. 1st - 2nd century Found: Barrow No. 1 (excavations by N.I. Veselovsky, 1908). Kuban, Krasnodar Territory, Tiflisskaya Stanitsa

Belt Plaque (left) with Scenes of Tearing at Animals Author:	 Country:	 Collection:	Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date:	Sakae Culture. 6th century bc gold and turquoise

Belt Plaque (left) with Scenes of Tearing at Animals Author: Country: Collection: Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date: Sakae Culture. 6th century bc gold and turquoise

PECTORAL CIRCULAIRE DÉCORÉ AU REPOUSSÉ D’UNE DIVINITÉ ANTHROPO-ZOOMORPHE   RÉGION DE GRAN COCLÉ, PANAMÁ  900-1100 AP. J.-C.  COCLE GOLD PECTORAL, REPOUSSE WITH A DEITY, PANAMA

PECTORAL CIRCULAIRE DÉCORÉ AU REPOUSSÉ D’UNE DIVINITÉ ANTHROPO-ZOOMORPHE RÉGION DE GRAN COCLÉ, PANAMÁ 900-1100 AP. J.-C. COCLE GOLD PECTORAL, REPOUSSE WITH A DEITY, PANAMA

Scythian Gold Bracelet, Meotian Culture, Late 4th Century BC  At each of the torque’s ends can be seen a lion holding a tusked boar by the back of the neck. Found in the Karagodeuashkh Barrow, Kuban, Krasnodar Region, Ukraine.

Scythian Gold Bracelet, Meotian Culture, Late 4th Century BC At each of the torque’s ends can be seen a lion holding a tusked boar by the back of the neck. Found in the Karagodeuashkh Barrow, Kuban, Krasnodar Region, Ukraine.

Roman Gold Pendant, Head of Medusa  - 1st Century A.D. | © Copyright 2011-2015, CuratorsEye.com.

Roman Gold Pendant, Head of Medusa - 1st Century A.D. | © Copyright 2011-2015, CuratorsEye.com.

Ancient Egyptians replaced teeth by using gold wire to attach the crown from a…

Ancient Egyptians replaced teeth by using gold wire to attach the crown from a…

Plaque Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture. 4th - 3rd century BC Place of finding: Russia, Siberia Archaeological site: Siberian collection of Peter I Material: gold, turquoise and cornelian

Plaque Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age Date: Sakae Culture. 4th - 3rd century BC Place of finding: Russia, Siberia Archaeological site: Siberian collection of Peter I Material: gold, turquoise and cornelian

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