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"Doe hunter", embroidery. Xiongnu Burial Mound 20, Noin Ula, Mongolia.
Doe hunter. A fragment of an outer garment with embroidery on silk.
The great charm of this find derives from the reliable dating of the burial mound from which it originates: the end of the first century BC -
the beginning of the first century AD, most probably, the first decade of the first century AD (Chistyakova, 2009, pp. 59—68; Minyaev, Elikhina, 2010).
That is why the main questions are who made the embroidery, where these fragments were made and who is depicted in it.
Source: Faces from the Past
See also Embroidered fragment showing a head of a Hun, Noin Ula, first century AD onwards
Yuezhi embroidered on three pieces of a carpet, Noyon Uul, Mongolia, after 120 BC
Bactrian Embroidered fragment showing two Yuezhi riders, Noin Ula
Other Illustrations of Ancient Costume & Soldiers