A Scythian horseman from the general area of the Ili river, Pazyryk, c.300 BCE. Detail from a carpet in the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia.
5th - 4th century BC - Altai Territory, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River Bolshoy Ulagan, Russia - Material: felt
The Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, capital of the Ottoman Empire, contains a vast collection of Chinese celadon porcelains which were valued by the sultans for ...
Detail of one of the Orlat plaques seemingly representing Scythian soldiers.
The Scythian artifacts found in Altai region, including gold objects, textile and other metal
A Scythian horseman from the general area of the Ili River, Pazyryk, c 300 BC. The treasure of the royal burial Tillya Tepe is attributed to 1st century BC ...
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Name: Mask for a Horse Head; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period:
... Silver rush eats away at 2,000-year-old Indo-Scythian city in Pakistan
"Scythia" appears around the mouth of the river Indus in the Roman period Tabula. "
Scythian devotee Butkara Stupa I, (Swat Pakistan) Nepal Art, Sculpture, Ancient
From Scythian grave mound Picture of One vessel shows an old, bearded man slaying young
Reconstruction of the funeral ceremony. The way it was. Drawn by William Bond
The Scythian artifacts found in Altai region, including gold objects, textile and other metal works. This art is also known as steppes art and was produced ...
Ancient Amazons: Warrior Women in Myth and History
Brilliantly coloured: A reconstruction of a Pazyryk man's costume done by D. Pozdnyakov at the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography
The Pazyryk rug (detail) 500 BCE “ the oldest currently known surviving example of a complete rug, probably produced by the nomadic Scythian people; ...
BOAT EARRINGS WITH PENDANTS - Scythian Gold Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History,
Coin of the Western Kshatrapa ruler Rudrasimha I (c. AD 175 to 197)
Lion-Shaped Plaquette, date unknown Silver: casting, gilding, engraving Scythian Museum
Scythian Art III. - Horses - Táltos paripa - ZerindApja Eurasian Steppe, Perse,
Gold ornament, Scythian Greek Jewelry, Gold Jewelry, Ancient Romans, Ancient Artifacts,
Ancient Horse DNA Shows Scythian Warriors Were Adept Domesticators - The New York Times Iron Age
Gold plaque in the form of a lion. Scythian Art. The State Museum of
Scythian Gold Ornament of a Running Stag, 5th century BC Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts
Scythians at the Tomb of Ovid (c. 1640), by Johann Heinrich Schönfeld
Scythians on the steppes of the ancient Uklraine. Scholars are virtually unanimous that the Scythians were an Iranian people related to the Medes and .
scythian gold pectoral - detail lion attacks wild boar scythian gold pectoral - Scientific debates on
Reins and bridles decorated with deer antlers / Pazirik-Altai, Kurgan-5,
"Scythian" soldier, Nagarjunakonda.
One of the Buner reliefs showing Scythian soldiers dancing. Cleveland Museum of Art.
Scythians Tribe The Scythians were Iranic equestrian tribes who were mentioned as inhabiting large areas in the central Eurasian steppes starting with the ...
Black-figure hydria in Würzburg (319). From: Lissarrague 1990, fig
Real face of mummified warrior revealed at British Museum | Culture | The Guardian
Bearded man with cap, probably Scythian, Bamiyan, 3rd–4th centuries.
An arm from the throne of a Scythian king, 7th century BC. Found at the Kerkemess kurgan, Krasnodar Krai in 1905. On exhibit at the Hermitage Museum
Chinese jade and steatite plaques, in the Scythian-style animal art of the steppes. 4th to 3rd centuries BC. British Museum
Ancient Greeks referred to all lands north-east of W. Europe and northern coast of Black sea unknown to them in that era as Scythia (or Great Scythia) ...
Scythian gold ornaments horned helmet
Facing for a Horse's Frontlet Ukraine, Scythian Culture. century BC Found: Dnieper Area, Cherkassk Region (former Kiev Province), the Village of Zhurovka.
Amazon preparing for a battle (Queen Antiop or Armed Venus), by Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert 1860 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.)
Recreation of the Scythian tattooed warrior found in burial. European Tribes, Ancient Rome,
Juliusz Kossak "An Amazon"
Mask for a horse's head with deer antlers 5th century B.C. 1st Pazyryk burial mound,
Scythian Gold (Figure of a Feline Predator Gold, bronza; First half of the century BC Zolotoy (Gold) Barrow, Crimea)
Scythian defence line 339 BC reconstruction in Polgár, Hungary
Achaemenid empire at its greatest extent and location of Scythians
Scythia (Skythía) - was a multinational region of Central Eurasia in the classical era, encompassing parts of Pontic steppe, Central Asia, Eastern Europe
Scythian traditional gold jewelry and clothing with gold decorations (5th-4th century B.C.)
Scientific restoration laboratory "The Island of Crimea" | Unique Kazakhstan Perse, Eurasian Steppe
For the Achaemenids, there were three types of Scythians: the Sakā tayai paradraya ("beyond the sea", presumably between the Greeks and the Thracians on the ...
Golden Scythian Vase from Kul'-Oba Kurgan, Crimea -- Century BCE -- Depicting a dentist at work -- Greek School -- Belonging to the State Hermitage Museums, ...
Plaque with Scythian Warriors Gold; century BC Geremes Barrow, Dnieper Area, the Village of Geremyasov, Zaporozhye Region Russia (now Ukraine) Source of ...
An elaborate grave belonging to a tall and fearsome warrior (illustrated) who lost his
Eugène Delacroix's painting of the Roman poet, Ovid, in exile among the Scythians[
Found in the tomb of a Scythian warrior , Altai Mountains , Siberia . Skilled work , the rug has 3600 double knots - as in Turkish rugs .
Crown which I was told was Scythian but which I am now being told is Korean
Gold Scythian belt title, Mingachevir (ancient Scythian kingdom), Azerbaijan, 7th century BC
The Turkic people entered Anatolia after the Mongols defeated the Seljuks of eastern Anatolia in the 13th century.
Scythian Art III. - Horses - Táltos paripa - ZerindApja
"Scythian" soldier, Nagarjunakonda.
Indo-Scythians in Indian literature [show article only]
Kazakistan'da keşfedilen Altın Adam ve yazı stili Türk Tarihini M.Ö 4.Yüzyıla götürüyor.
Authentic Ancient GREEK ( SCYTHIAN) 400BC Gold Application with Goddess DEMETRA Art Et Architecture,
Ancient to Medieval (And Slightly Later) History
Gandhara stone palette with Scythians playing music.
Name: Bridle; Place: Russia; Epoch. Period: Early Iron Age;
Clothing of the Scythian and related Iranian tribes on the Pontic steppes and in the Caucasus
The Mathura lion capital is an important Indo-Scythian monument dedicated to the Buddhist religion
Treasures from the Scythian Barrows,Hermitage,Leningrad : 2 griffin's heads-bridle 6th
Buddhist stupas during the late Indo-Greek/Indo-Scythian period were highly decorated
Plaque Depicting Two Scythians Sharing a DrinkBy Scythian
Mask for a Horse's Head Felt, leather; - century BC Pazyryk Barrow No. 5 (Excavations of S. Rudenko, Altai Region, Pazyryk Boundary, the Valley of the River ...
Indo-Scythians pushing along the Greek god Dionysos with Ariadne.
Scythian clothing. The Germans and Russians are only interested in the Scythians in order to
Spalirisos - Image: Spalirises Standing In Armour
Butkara doorjamb, with Indo-Scythians dancing and reveling. On the back side is a relief of a standing Buddha
Ayaz Kala is a desert fortress on the Khorezm section of the Great Silk Road.
Sarmatian gold vessel with hanging loops and embellished with a gemstone
A MEOTIAN-SCYTHIAN BRONZE BRIDLE ORNAMENT , CIRCA 4TH CENTURY B.C.
Coin of Azes, with king seated, holding a drawn sword and a whip.
Scythian tomb European Tribes, Central Asia, Ukraine, Black Sea
Torc Necklace from Central Asia, Scythian Gold Double Dragon. Find this and other jewelry