Item: Scythian Bronze Plaque of Two Wrestling Figures and Horses, c. 5th - 4th Century B.C.Date & Origin: Scythian, c. 5th/4th century B.C.Open work plaque showing two men wrestling, each bent and grabbing the body and leg of the other, their two horses looking on. Drilled holes for attachment to probably a belt. cf. Tamara Talbot Rice “Ancient Art of Central Asia”, 1965, Il. 32, p. 41. Victoria and Albert Museum, M. 160-151Material: BronzeSize: 12.5 cm L - 4 15/16 inchesProvenance: British private collection acquired prior to 1990. • This item comes with a Certificate of Authencity
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