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Macedonian Folklore

Macedonian Folklore

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Bridal outfit, c. early 20th century :: belonging to Sadberk Hanim Museum

Bridal outfit, c. early 20th century :: belonging to Sadberk Hanim Museum

Ottoman wedding dress | Osmanlı Gelinlik Kültürü

Ottoman wedding dress | Osmanlı Gelinlik Kültürü

Chernigov nobleman (X-XI) - Ukranie.  The cloak appears to have Savelyeva Ekaterina's block print on it.  Very well put together garb.

Chernigov nobleman (X-XI) - Ukranie. The cloak appears to have Savelyeva Ekaterina's block print on it. Very well put together garb.

The mausoleum of the Scythian rulers of Neapolis (near Simferopol in the Crimea). Scythians (скити, скіфи; skyty, skify). A group of Indo-European tribes that controlled the steppe of Southern Ukraine in the 7th to 3rd centuries BC. According to the most predominant theories, they first appeared there in the late 8th century BC after having been forced out of Central Asia. The Scythians were related to the Sauromatians and spoke an Iranian dialect. Click through to good site.

The mausoleum of the Scythian rulers of Neapolis (near Simferopol in the Crimea). Scythians (скити, скіфи; skyty, skify). A group of Indo-European tribes that controlled the steppe of Southern Ukraine in the 7th to 3rd centuries BC. According to the most predominant theories, they first appeared there in the late 8th century BC after having been forced out of Central Asia. The Scythians were related to the Sauromatians and spoke an Iranian dialect. Click through to good site.

Scythian Gold Animal in the Form of a Stag, 4th – 3rd century B.C.E.

Scythian Gold Animal in the Form of a Stag, 4th – 3rd century B.C.E.

Gold belt buckle, Goldsmith art, Scythian-Siberian Civilization, 3rd Century BC

Gold belt buckle, Goldsmith art, Scythian-Siberian Civilization, 3rd Century BC

19th Century Caftan Culture: Turkish Medium: silk, cotton, metallic

19th Century Caftan Culture: Turkish Medium: silk, cotton, metallic

A MESOPOTAMIAN CALCITE STAMP SEAL JEMDET NASR PERIOD, CIRCA 3300-2900 B.C. In the form of a recumbent bull, with horns curving up, the eyes drilled, the snout incised, its legs folded beneath, the hooves articulated, with a long tail curling over its hind quarters; the underside engraved with two back-to-back quadrupeds facing different directions; perforated for suspension

A MESOPOTAMIAN CALCITE STAMP SEAL JEMDET NASR PERIOD, CIRCA 3300-2900 B.C. In the form of a recumbent bull, with horns curving up, the eyes drilled, the snout incised, its legs folded beneath, the hooves articulated, with a long tail curling over its hind quarters; the underside engraved with two back-to-back quadrupeds facing different directions; perforated for suspension