35 Priceless Ancient Artifacts That Will Tempt Your Inner Treasure Hunter.
#6. The world-famous Cult Wagon of Strettweg is part of the permanent exhibition at the Archaeology Museum, Schloss Eggenberg. A product of Hallstatt culture (Central Europe), it was found as part of a grave in Austria. (ca. 600 BC)
#7. Many Scythian treasures, such as these gold-plated iron daggers and knives, are under ownership disputes between Russia and Ukraine. This collection was found at the Scythian royal necropolis in Tuva, Southern Siberia. (6th-5th century BC)
#8. The Brygos Painter was considered to be one of the most significant artists of his time. One of his pieces include this cup in the shape of a donkey's head, and was manufactured in Athens, Attica, Greece. As you can see, there is no base, so one must finish the drink fully before setting it down. (ca. 480 BC)
#9. The term Sarmatian refers to the group of people originally from Iranian nomadic tribes who migrated to the Ural Mountains from Central Asia. You are looking at a Sarmatian mirror that was found at the Filippovka burial site near Orenburg. (5th century BC-the 4th century AD)
#10. Mask for a horse head used by the Pazyryk culture, a Scythian Iron Age archaeological culture, in Russia. (ca. 5th century BC)
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