Scythian exhibition reveals wine, cheese and weed habits of ancient nomads

Photo credit: V. Terebenin

Two gold plaques dated from the 4th to 3rd century BC, the top a belt buckle depicting a funerary scene and the bottom a coiled panther. Both are on loan from The Hermitage in St Petersburg

Photo credit: V. Terebenin

2 Responses to “Scythian exhibition reveals wine, cheese and weed habits of ancient nomads”

  1. Hervé Lalau says:

    I really love this kind of story. Well researched and well written. Go on Rupert!

  2. Dave Theyers says:

    Love your work Rupert. PLEASE keep it up. Thank you

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