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New data are collected from the symmetry and geometry characteristics of the ancient Eurasian ornamental arts on excavated archaeological finds from royal tombs of the 5th C. B. C. The composite plane symmetry patterns are the most complex ethnomathematical structures found in the Eurasian steppe belt cultural heritage of the cavalier people. They can be separated and reunited as at least two different plane symmetry patterns. The mounted peoples carried with themselves such cultural heritage elements as ornamental mathematics during the Great Migration. This way the ornamental structural information was distributed in wide circles [2], [14], [27]. Several new finds of Scythian, Xiongnu and Chinese royal tombs from Ukraine, Russia, Mongolia and China are analyzed in this paper.

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