|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from William Mayer, 1941|
|Other Number:||N-13 - Other Number|
Bronze. Figure in the round of a sleeping swan with head turned and resting on back, neck forming a loop for hanging. Probably used as part of a throwing weapon. One of these were attached to each end of a rope or rawhide and swung at small game such as bustard, etc. Herodotus writes of this variety of Scythian hunting weapon.
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