Exploring Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online

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    Flint products (spearheads, microliths) dated from 22,000–20,000 years ago (Upper Paleolithic period). Discovered in the village of Pushkari in the Chernihiv region of Ukraine.
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    Found by the Southern Buh River near the village of Gordiivka, Trostyanets district, Vinnytsia Oblast at the Gordiiv mound site. Made during the late Bronze Age. The creator is believed to be of a foreign culture to the population.
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    An amphora (jar) from the ancient Greek colonies of the Northern Black Sea Coast. Decorated in red-figure style, the painting represents an exchange between a man and a woman.
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    A hoop shaped neck ornament, made up of twisted gold rods. Createated by the Sarmatian people and excavated from a 1st Century burial mount near Porohy in Vinnytsia Oblast. Torques of this kind were used as a monetary unit in Kyivan Rus'.
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    A polychrome gold diadem from the 1st half of the 5th century C.E. Gold plates decorated with amber, garnet, carnelian, grains (gold drops) on a bronze base. Weight: 50.25 g . Length: 23.5 cm.
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    Sphynx-shaped earrings excavated in 1965 from the Starshy Brat tumulus in the Try Braty tumulus complex near the village of Ohonki, Crimea.
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    Necklace with Crescents excavated in 1898 from a tumulus near the village of Vovkivtsi, Sumy Oblast.
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    A photograph of sacred monuments created by the Polovtsians (Kipchaks) in 9th-13th centuries.
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    Hryvnia, torkves - a fragment of neck ornament that had the form of a smooth or twisted hoop made of precious metal. In the historical period before Kievan Rus, most often from gold, later from silver. It was used as a monetary unit in Kyivan Rus. Gold jewelry from a rich burial of a Sarmatian leader of the 1st century.
  • https://gallery.sucho.org/files/original/barmy-miku.jpg

    This necklace has four medallions depicting religious icons. It was found c. 1900 near the village of Sakhnivka in the Cherkasy region.
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