Thracian nobleman, top 2nd from right. Has lots of Greek lookng armour with the addition of a groin protector at the bottom of the cuirass, he wears greaves, which were out of fashion in Greece and has a crecent shaped shield. 3rd from the left/top row, is a Scythian horse archer. Middle: left, two Dacian/Thracian noble men, 3rd from left/mid Roman Imperial legionary, bottom left; a Roman cavalryman with a "parade" face mask helmet. (No Roman armor, of course.)
Visigothic church of San Pedro de la Nave. The church foundation goes back to the reign of Ergica in the seventh century, having been built between 680 and before the Muslim conquest of Hispania in 711; San Pedro de la Nave is thus one of the last works of Visigothic architecture.
VIKING PENDANT WITH HORSE HEADS 9th-10th century AD A bronze pendant in the shape of two horse heads with suspension loop above; below the heads are three pendant rosettes. 26 grams, 64mm (2 1/2") Provenance Property of a professional collector; acquired before 1990.