10th century drinking horn with decorated silver mounting from the Black Barrow in Chernigov, Russia (Sedov 1982).
Drinking horn -Russian, por [rog]//// Belarusian, por [roh]//// Bulgarian, рог за вино//// Polish, ...//// Czech, ....//// Slovak, ....//// Serbian, Рог за пиће [Rog za piće]//// Croatian, rog iz koga se pije //// Macedonian, ....

10th century drinking horn with decorated silver mounting from the Black Barrow in Chernigov, Russia (Rybakov 1971: Figure 1).

10th century drinking horn with decorated silver mounting from the Black Barrow in Chernigov, Russia (Rybakov 1971: Figure 2).

Detail of decorated metal rim of the drinking horn, Russia (Sedov 1982: Figure 72).

Roll out of a decorated metal rim of the drinking horn, Russia (Sedov 1982: Figure 72).

Detail of decorated metal rim of the drinking horn, Russia (Sedov 1982:Figure 72).

Detail of decorated metal rim of the drinking horn, Russia (Rybakov 1971: Figure 3).

Detail of decorated metal rim of the drinking horn, Russia (Rybakov 1971: Figure 3).

King Marko (1371-1395) holding a drinking horn; wall painting over the south entrance to the Church of St. Dimitrios at Marko's Monastery outside of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. The wall painting of King Marko was discovered in 1964 during cleaning and conservation of the monastery church.

Detail of drinking horn in the hands of King Marko painted at the Monastery
Rybakov, Boris Aleksandrovich.
1971 Russian Applied Art of Tenth-Thirdteenth Centuries. Aurora Art Publishers, Leningrad. [in Russian and English]

Sedov, Valentin Vasil’evich
1982 Vostochnye slavi͡ane v VI-XIII vv.. Moscow. [in Russian]


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