Tsymbalka Kurgan: Scythian Serpent Goddess

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“On the S. side of the river, in the district of Melitopol, government of Taurida, is the barrow Tsymbalka near Bélozérka. As usual, the main tomb had been violated by a mine from the north, but in the side tomb were six horses, four with bronze trappings and silver frontlets, two with very interesting gold frontlets.” (E. Minns)

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