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Scythian Gold Fish Of Vettersfelde, late 6th cent BC -This gold Scythian fish is the westernmost discovery of an artifact that can be attributed to the ancient Scythians. It was found by a farmer near Vettersfelde, Poland in 1882. Weighing over 600 grams, it was probably meant to be an ornament on a shield. The body of the fish is covered by little animals in relief, including a panther catching a boar, and a lion catching a deer, and the tail is made up of two rams heads.

Scythian Gold Fish Of Vettersfelde, late 6th cent BC -This gold Scythian fish is the westernmost discovery of an artifact that can be attributed to the ancient Scythians. It was found by a farmer near Vettersfelde, Poland in 1882. Weighing over 600 grams, it was probably meant to be an ornament on a shield. The body of the fish is covered by little animals in relief, including a panther catching a boar, and a lion catching a deer, and the tail is made up of two rams heads.

Zeus Tapınağı Aizonai Çavdarhisar / Kütahya

Zeus Tapınağı Aizonai Çavdarhisar / Kütahya

NIMRUD 8th Century B.C. ivory

NIMRUD 8th Century B.C. ivory

Hattusas the Hittite Capital - Go Turkey, Gateway to Turkey: The official travel & holiday guide

Hattusas the Hittite Capital - Go Turkey, Gateway to Turkey: The official travel & holiday guide

Hattic golden pitcher. Anatolia in the Early Bronze Age Alaca Höyük: royal graves of Early Bronze (EB) II (ca. 2500-2300). http://classics.unc.edu/academics/courses-2/clar-241-the-archaeology-of-the-ancient-near-east/image-index/anatolian-early-bronze-age/

Hattic golden pitcher. Anatolia in the Early Bronze Age Alaca Höyük: royal graves of Early Bronze (EB) II (ca. 2500-2300). http://classics.unc.edu/academics/courses-2/clar-241-the-archaeology-of-the-ancient-near-east/image-index/anatolian-early-bronze-age/

Aizanoi  Antik Kent  kütahya

Aizanoi Antik Kent kütahya

CABEZA DE MEDUSA, Cisterna Basílica, Estambul, Turquía.. La tradición dice que los bloques están orientados hacia los lados y boca abajo con el fin de anular los poderes de la mirada de la gorgona que deja petrificado a quien osa mirarla.

CABEZA DE MEDUSA, Cisterna Basílica, Estambul, Turquía.. La tradición dice que los bloques están orientados hacia los lados y boca abajo con el fin de anular los poderes de la mirada de la gorgona que deja petrificado a quien osa mirarla.

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