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Belt buckle: paired felines attacking ibexes, Xiongnu type, 3rd–2nd century B.C. Mongolia or southern Siberia Gold

Belt Plaque Gold; stamped. H. 6 cm Scythian culture. Second half of the 7th century BC Melgunov (Litoi) Barrow, Dnieper Area, near Kirovograd Russia (now Ukraine) Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg. 1859

Gold Griffin Protome or part of cauldron(?). Ziwiye, Kurdistan, Iran.

Belt Buckle depicting a recumbent deer, Kazakhstan, 5th – 4th century BC, high-relief gold

Scythian gold in The Museum of Russian Art

Visigothic Bronze Belt Buckle with Glass PERIOD 6th century AD

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Belt plate V - IV century. BC. Oe. Saka culture Siberian Collection of Peter I, Russia, Siberia Gold, casting, stamping Source: hermitagemuseum.orq

Gold Disc with Bees, 700-600 BCE. Collection of Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

Pectoral Ornament c. 1200-1519 Mixtec or Aztec This extraordinary pendant consists of a conch shell section carved in jade, enclosed in a delicate gold frame with tiny dangling bells. This symbol was worn by the deity Quetzalcoatl (Feathered Serpent) a culture hero credited in one myth with creating human life by sprinkling his blood on ground bones. The pectoral may have been worn by a priest, or by a ceremonial impersonator of Quetzalcoatl.