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See also:
  • Lost Civilizations: The Scythians - Illustrated article by Chris Bennet on this ancient world nomadic tribe that existed from the seventh to the first century B.C. Describes their society and dress, and mythical rites.
  • The Real Scythians of Messopotamia - Fred Hamori gives the evidence for the movements of this prehistoric people from the Middle East to Europe and then Asia. He also summarises Gyula Mészáros's study of their language.
  • Scythian Artifacts - Prof. John Haskins' collection of photographs of Scythian metal works (including gold objects), pottery, wooden objects, and textiles, together with a bibliography and maps.
  • The State Hermitage Museum: The Scythians - Outlines its renowned collection of Scythian antiquities, mainly from burial complexes in the Crimea, Kuban basin and in the valleys of the Dnieper and Don rivers.
  • Wikipedia: Scythia - Lengthy, illustrated article with references from the collaborative online encyclopedia.
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