The combination of a dual-frequency Mars Discovery coil and Minelab X-Terra 505 metal detector helped to achieve a truly excellent result. A metaldetectorist KASPER_$ was lucky to find the following things:
The most surprising golden artifact was made in a special manner, in a so-called “animal style” which was distinctive for the Scythian art.
To this steppe people gold symbolized wealth, fire, the sun, royal power and, most importantly, eternal life. Scythian craftsmen, tending to cover the maximum of human body with gold, developed a special handicraft technology of making gold foil and minting original images on such golden plates.
A Kievan Rus belt elements (XI – XIII centuries).
A 4 kopeck coin dated 1762.
The coin is quite rare, it was minted during the Seven Years’ War, so it has images of guns and other warfare attributes. 4 kopecks were recoined out of copper 2-kopeck coins (so called “dvuhgroshevik”). They were put into circulation but were subsequently withdrawn and recoined back to 2-kopeck coins.