A Kushan painting from the 3rd Century showing the god Farro with a worshipper. Farro himself wears a tunic with a square panel at the collar. Such fashions became popular in Europe during the Migration Period. This is the first depiction of such a layout
Draped bust of Amazon wearing a wolf skin headdress on a bronze coin from Amisos (Pontos, Black Sea, Mithradates VI Eupator, c.95-70BC) (SNG BM Black Sea 1218-9).
Photo (Ausschnitt) von derselben Darstellung. About 225-200 B.C. (Photo: R.H.). Today, Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria, Perugia. CIE 4095, Rix, Etr. Texte, 1991, 1.735)
Another bronze figurine of a bearded god (Sucellos? Silvanus?) wearing a wolf skin. (Bibliographie: M. Vignard, Découverte d'une statuette en bronze à Mours, près de Romans, Cahiers Rhodaniens, III, 1956, 79).
A 'Celtic' god wearing a wolf skin. This is the mallet god (Sucellos), who holds an olla in his right hand, and a mallet (now lost) in his left hand. from Vienne. Here, the god wears a wolf skin. Discovered at Vienne in Gaul (today Walters Arts Museum)
Electron stater with a wolf-like mythological creature from Cyzicus (Mysia), dating to c.550-500 BC. Some scholars suggested a lion, as in the Persian lion-headed griffins, or even the Mithraic Areimanios, but it looks more like a wolf-headed creature. We are dealing with a local god whose identity remains unknown