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Kul-Oba Beaker


Ibolya Horvath
by Joanbanjo
published on 15 December 2020
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Scythian gold beaker from the Kul-Oba kurgan, Crimea. 4th century BCE. It shows bivouacked soldiers: one demonstrates how to string a bow; another removes his comrade's tooth, and another bandage a fellow's hurt leg.
State Hermitage Museum, Moscow.

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