SARMATLAR, FİLİPPOVKA KURGAN 4, 2.GÖMÜ
DEMİR KILIÇTAN DETAY , MÖ.5.yy
Excavation of this kurgan yielded burial goods of precious metals, examples of sophisticated Animal Style art, and important new information on burial ritual. A depiction of an Achaemenid king on an object found in Kurgan 15 suggests a burial date in the second half of the fifth century B.C.E.; other finds, however, suggest a fourth-century B.C.E. date.
In either case, the burial belongs to the Early Sarmatian culture of the southern Ural region and provides significant information on the cultural origin of the southern Ural early nomadic population. The goal of this report is to introduce the finds to western scholars who may not have access to the Russian-language publications of this and other materials from Sarmatia.
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|Filippovka Kurganı- Demirden Kılıç|
|Filippovka Kurganı, altından Kolye|
|Filippovka Kurganı , altından kemer tokası, kaplan/aslan|
|Filippovka Kurganı, altından kılıç kemerinin tokası|
|Filippovka Kurgan 16 At ve İnsan kalıntıları ile|
Kurgan 16 had a dromos corridor leading to a burial chamber with evidence of sacrifices of humans and horses.