Category Archives: Scythian Comb

Scythian Burial Mound: Чурт доллу барз, Churt Barzu Dolly

Dotting the fields of modern-day Chechnya are Bronze Age burial mounds created by the “classical Scythians,” known to the Greeks as a militaristic, pastoral Iranic people who lived by the Northern Black Sea. First Century BC map of the land … Continue reading

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Hermitage: Gold Scythian Comb

It belongs to the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia and usually resides in the Second Chamber of the Gold Room. It was found in 1913, when N. Veselovsky excavated the Solokha Barrow. Epic Scythian legend recounts the quarrel between … Continue reading

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