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An Iranian King in Service in Siberia

... vessel into which sacrificial bread, biscuits, and sweets were put. Having got to Siberia in the 9th c. at the earliest, as it was mentioned above, the dish found its... ... white horse to Mir-susne-khum, and the god is supposed to be invisibly present at the ceremony. The Mansi believe that the moment the animal is falling, in agony, on the... ... depicted as an Iranian shah) knows the answer… References: Baulo A. V. The Sassanid silver dish from the Synia River//Archaeology, Ethnology, and Anthropology of Eurasia...

Modified: 30.08.2010
Siberia , Khanty , ceremony , sanctuary , bowl , silver , Sassanids
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