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English: An unsubstantiated image caption found at en:Swastika was
"A 3000 years old Iranian golden swastika necklace from Marlik site, Rasht Province of Iran. Preserved at the National Museum of Iran"
The identity of this artefact (date, location, museum catalogue nr.) still needs to be established.
Date 1st millennium BC
Source Photo provided (taken) by User:Zereshk. Kept at National Museum of Iran.
Author Unknown


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