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Bulgarian Archaeology Marks 50 Years since Discovery of Ancient Thracian Gold Treasure from Mogilanska Mound in Vratsa - Archaeology in Bulgaria

Thracian Treasure - 2,400-year-old treasure recently discovered in an ancient Thracian tomb in Sveshtari, Bulgaria.

Thracian Treasure - treasure recently discovered in an ancient Thracian tomb in Sveshtari, Bulgaria.

THE ROGOZEN TREASURE.The Rogozen collection is the richest Thracian treasure found so far. Unearthed in the period 1985 - 1986, it consists of as many as 108 phialae, 54 small jugs and 3 cups. The objects are mostly made of silver with gilt coating. They were collected during a period exceeding a century - from the beginning of the 5th century to the mid-4th century BC.

The Thracian treasures from Rogozen are mostly made of silver with gilt coating.

Another part of the treasure of the "Mogilanskata mogila" (Mogilanska mound), found in 1965 in the centre of Vratsa, Bulgaria. This is a jug from pure gold, that dates from the forth century B.C. For more photos please check: Съкровището от Могиланска могила във Враца on Facebook.

Another part of the treasure of the "Mogilanskata mogila" (Mogilanska mound), found in 1965 in the centre of Vratsa, Bulgaria. This is a jug from pure gold, that dates from the forth century B.

THE ROGOZEN TREASURE - Thracian treasures -

This treasure was found in the centre of the village Rogozen, District of Vratsa, in two separate parts and contains 108 phials, 54 pitchers, 2 cups and 1 scyphos.

Тракийски съкровища / Thracian Treasures.

More Thracian winged horses. Jug of Rogozen treasure second half of the c. History Museum Vratsa Photo:Bulgerian Academy of Sciences

14-03-05/22 PROTOBULGARIAN ARTFORM: GOLDWORK 9TH The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Romania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels.The medallion on this gold pitcher shows a rider on a mythical ani- mal aiming an arrow at a panther. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Antikensammlung, Vienna, Austria Thracian

PROTOBULGARIAN ARTFORM: GOLDWORK The treasure of Nagyszentmiklos.The gold treasure found in 1799 in Nagyszentmiklos (now Sinicolaul in Romania)consists of 23 pure gold vessels.The medallion on this gold pitcher shows a rider on a mythical

The Rogozen Ewer Thracian treasure - this reminds me of Artemis, the independent Greek Goddess, with a sharp shooting arrow in one hand while petting a shy Leopard in the other - she would rather be alone, then married to a brut...

The Rogozen Ewer Thracian treasure - this reminds me of Artemis, the independent Greek Goddess, with a sharp shooting arrow in one hand while petting a shy Leopard in the other - she would rather be alone, then married to a brut.

THE TREASURE OF LETNITSA - Thracian treasures - Thracia Tours

The treasure of Letnitsa has been found accidentally in It was covered by a bronze cauldron and at a distance of 7 or 8 m to one side of it a horse's rein was found

Jug, Silver-gilt found at Rogozen 1985-6, late 4thc BC.  Vratsa Regional History Museum. The style indicates local craftsmanship. | por julianna.lees

Jug, Silver-gilt found at Rogozen late BC. Vratsa The style indicates local craftsmanship.

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Gold stag with eagle's head and ten further heads in the antlers. From a Xiongnu tomb on the frontier, century BC. As, "Gold Monster" in Shaanxi History Museum, Xi'an, China.

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