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The statue presented here was found in 1848 in the Zbruch River near the village of Liczkowce (today: Lychkivtsi) (Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine). The sculpture is a four-sided pillar topped with four faces under a tall hat. Below there are three figural representations in the three-tier arrangement, with the division marked with plastic slats. Three sides of the lowest tier depict a kneeling figure with raised arms. In one case, it is a man (the moustache is marked)...

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The statue presented here was found in 1848 in the Zbruch River near the village of Liczkowce (today: Lychkivtsi) (Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine).
The sculpture is a four-sided pillar topped with four faces under a tall hat. Below there are three figural representations in the three-tier arrangement, with the division marked with plastic slats. Three sides of the lowest tier depict a kneeling figure with raised arms. In one case, it is a man (the moustache is marked). The fourth field is empty. On two walls of the middle field, unidentifiable standing figures are visible. On two remaining walls, the standing female figures are outlined. Additionally, in one case, at the top of the field a poorly marked miniature figure is depicted. The most diverse are the walls of the uppermost field, below the face. On the first wall is a standing female figure holding a horn, on the second wall is a standing figure holding a bracelet. The third wall is filled with a figure with no legs marked (a horseman?), with a sword at the waist; under the figure there is a representation of a horse. On the last wall there is a depiction of a standing figure.

Elaborated by Radosław Liwoch (Archaeological Museum in Kraków), © all rights reserved

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