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The Bactrian Hoard Is Back | Archaeology | DISCOVER Magazine. This dagger hilt, found in the grave of a man, features a type of Siberian bear.

A gold-set bronze 'widow's mite' coin; the coin was issued during the reign of Alexander Jannaeus, 103-76 BC; this Roman coin was circulating in biblical times and the 'widow's mite' name refers to Mark 12:41-44; this shows the reverse, which has a wheel-like design. (Kensington House Antiques/collectorsnet)

Poignée de dague ( khanjar) en forme de tête de cheval Inde moghole, 18ème siècle. Jade, or, rubis, émeraudes. Section Inde du musée Guimet.

Dagger Sheath gold:1st century AD, Bactria, Afghanistan.

Manche de pierre à feu la lame de fer est enchâssée dans un magnifique ornement en bronze, représentant de part et d'autre une tête de Singa surmonté de symboles représentant une rangée de cornes décroissantes alliant les trois métaux. Terminé par un anneau de fixation. XIXe ou avant. Fer, cuivre et bronze Indonésie, Sumatra, Batak

A Rare Bactrian Gold Pendant in the Form of a Lion Inlaid with Lapis Lazuli, Carnelian, and Turquoise Gold with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise, early second millennium B.C.E.

Masriera diadem: "This extremely refined bracelet/tiara was made by Luís Masriera of Barcelona, Spain, around 1901-1910. It is made of yellow gold and platinum, set with 513 old cut diamond brilliants with a total weight of approximately 12.5 carats. The birds’ wings are decorated with plique-à-jour enamel. The birds are set with two important diamonds of about 1.2 carats each. This magnificent piece can be worn either as a bracelet or as a tiara." Via A. Aardewerk Jewelers.

Gold decoration:1st century AD, Bactria, Afghanistan.

Belt buckle from Tillya Tepe, in Ancient Greek-Bactria, depicting a woman riding sidesaddle on a lion