Favorite symbol Griffin.
This creature, as you know, is protector of the Scythian tribe gold.
From Avar Burial
Avar horseman. Note the severed head in the saddle
Avar warrior buried his horse, or at least a portion of
the carcass of a horse
the funeral similar to the early Scythian and the fact that the inhabitants practiced east of the Great Steppe - Huns
AVAR-SCYTHIAN-HUNS = THE TURKS
|Bronze arrow Avar belts|
Relief on a vase of treasure Nagy-Szent
"Nagy-Szent-Miklos Golden Treasure was discovered in 1799 near the town of Nagy Szent Miklos (Great Saint Nicholas), Banat region, modern-day Romania.
It was found accidentally by a worker of the two brothers immigrants from Bulgaria – Hristo and Kiril Nakov. Later they donated it to Emperor Joseph II and were awarded with a knighthood in the name of the town – Nagy Szent Miklos. Currently it is located in the Art History Museum of Vienna. There is an exact replica of the treasure in the National History Museum in Sofia.
The treasure is considered Bulgarian by the majority of the researchers and is usually attributed to the second half of the 9th century. It is associated with the names of the boils Glad and his grandson Ohtum – who ruled the north-western Trans-Danube komitat of Bulgaria (today’s Banat region) and the medieval Bulgarian fortress of Morisena close to which the treasure was found.
There are theories about its Turkic, Avar or Pecheneg origin."
THAT'S WHAT THEY SAY...
AVAR, PECHENEG AND BULGARIAN
ARE ALL TOGETHER THE TURKS....
NOT SOME STRANGE ETHNIC !
WE ARE SMILING
the Chinese called them Juan-Juan ; they are the Hun Turks.