Verificación Científica del conocimiento védico: Arqueología en línea | Arqueología en línea
A Migration Period Gold Mounted Sword, the Handle Studded with Garnets and Red Glass 5th-6th Century C.E. From ancient Colchis (Georgia). Swords with stone-decorated handguards were always an attribute of the leading warriors and served exclusively as representation of status or as a rank badge.
Bird Figurine 22th-21th millenium BC, Paleolithic. Mammoth ivory, Malta settlement. This elongated figure of a flying bird has a small egg-shaped head and a long neck. The rounded end of the body has a hole drilled from one side. On either side of the body are short, broad projections representing outspread wings. Despite the stylization in modelling, the resemblance to a swan in flight is obvious. Such figurines were worn around the neck, with the bird's head down.
he language and symbolism found on the Harappan seals are very Vedic. We find the Om symbol, the leaf of the Asvatta or holy banyan tree, as well as the swastika, or sign of auspiciousness, mentioned throughout the Vedas.
An Egyptain amethyst cat amulet late period to Ptolemaic period 664-30 B.C.