Scythian ceremonial gilded silver cup from Gaimanova Mogila Royal Kurgan in Ukraine

"The most outstanding work of Scytho-Classical art found in the Gaimanova Mogila kurgan is a small spherical gilded silver cup, with...

Tauric Chersonesus in Crimea vandalized by Russians in 19th century, – description by British...

Edward Daniel Clarke (1769-1822) wrote in his famous book 'Travels in Russia' which became a bestseller in 19th-century Europe: "The country included...

Scythian Goddess Argimpasa [Aphrodite Ourania] Pole-Top

Scythian bronze Pole-top: a Scythian goddess, 4th c. B.C., Alexandropol Kurgan, Dnipro region, Ukraine. Scholars like M. Rostovtzeff thought that the goddess...

Artemis’ Cult originated in Taurica, present-day Crimea?

"Properly speaking Artemis stands for something different from either Demeter or Aphrodite. She stands for the fact of life itself as...

Amazon Sarcophagus from Terquinii, Etruscan Culture

The sarcophagus, painted with various scenes of an Amazonomachia, was discovered in 1869 in a grave at a little distance from Corneto,...
Stolen from Melitopol Museum by Moscow ossupants during 2022 invasion

Taurians or Tauroscythians

Wikipedia: "The Tauri (/ˈtaʊəri/; Ταῦροι in Ancient Greek), or Taurians, also Scythotauri, Tauri Scythae, Tauroscythae (Pliny, H. N. 4.85) were an ancient people settled on the southern coast of the...

Megalithic Ukraine migrants built Stonehenge and founded Troy and Mycenae?

According to the Wiltshire Museum, the man buried close to Stonehenge in the Bush Barrow, was given Britain’s richest Bronze Age...

Circular city of Baghdad and its predecessors

The picture in the previous article shows how the round city of Baghdad looked in 768 AD after its construction was...

Artemis/Diana was Scythian goddess originally. Ovid

Ovid in Ex Ponto: "And lately when I was telling of your loyalty (since I’ve learnt how to speak Getic and Sarmatian) it chanced that...

Krasnokutsk Scythian Barrow & northern European beast-style millennium later

"In the same neighbourhood as Chertomlyk is the Krasnokutsk barrow. In its mound Zabélin found the fragments of a funeral car...

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