Bracelet with unlocked ends (one of a pair).

Greek work.
Gold, silver. Late 5th early 4th centuries BCE.
Width 8.3 cm.
Inv. No. .1854.28.

Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum

Origin:
Found in 1854 in a necropolis of Panticapaeum in slab tomb during A. E. Ljutsenkos excavation. Recieved in 1855.
Literature:
: 3 . ., 1854. . 2. . 339; Deppert-Lippitz B. Griechischen Goldschmuck. Mainz, 1985 (Kulturgeschichte der antiken Welt. Bd 35). S. 157 b. Abb. 11; Pfrommer M. Untersuchungen zur Chronologie früh- und hochhellenistischen Goldschmucks // Instanbulische Forschungen Bd 37. Tübingen, 1990. S. 101, 105. Taf. 17, 3; ., . : . VIV . . [ ]. ., 1995. 96; Zwei Gesichter der Eremitage. Scythen und hir Gold. Bd I: Die Grossen Sammlungen VI. Katalog der Ausstellung. Bonn, 1997. N 53; Kalashnik Yu. Greek gold from the treasure rooms of the Hermitage. [Exh. Cat.]. Amsterdam, 2004. Fig. 35.
Credits:
2007 Photo, text: Aleksandr Velikij. Put na Vostok. Katalog vystavki. Gosudarstvennyj Ermitazh. Chistyj list, SPb, 2007, p. 86, cat. no. 22.
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