NEAR EASTERN SCYTHIAN WINGED BULL PLAQUE Circa 5th century BC. An embossed gold foil plaque in the form of a winged bull with prominent horn and recurved tail and wing-tip; two small mounting hoops on the rear. Gold,
Scythian Gold Stag, Century BC Ancient Scythia was centered on the Pontic-Caspian steppe and ranged from modern Kazakhstan to the Baltic coast of modern Poland and to Georgia. The identities of the nomadic peoples of the steppes is often.
This group contains the slides from sites of Nymph, Olbia, Ordzhonikidze, Serven Brothers, Simferopol and Solokha. Most of remains art gold object for decoration. Human and animal motifs are widely used on these artifacts.