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Thracian treasure, 5th-4th century BCE. The silver treasure of Rogozen was discovered in 1985 near the village of the same name in north-western Bulgaria. It consists of 165 vessels including 108 phiales, 55 jugs and 3 goblets. Its total weight is more than 20 kg. _

The Rogozen collection is the richest Thracian treasure found so far. Unearthed in the period 1985 - it consists of as many as 108 phialae,

Bulgarian archaeologists found this golden ring in the tomb of a Thracian king earlier this year

(Thracia, Bulgaria) Bulgarian archaeologists found this Golden Ring in the tomb of a Thracian King.

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

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.

THE TREASURE OF LETNITSA - Thracian treasures - double griffin heads - double eagle

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

Treasures of Bulgaria - The Thracian treasure of Panagyurishte. It dates from the or century BC and contains 9 vessels of gold. The total weight of the treasure is kg. It was discovered in

DETAIL, SCYTHIAN GOLD PECTORAL. Scythian golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, 400 BC. Museum of Historic Treasures of Ukraine, Kiev.

DETAIL, SCYTHIAN GOLD PECTORAL. Scythian golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, 400 BC. Museum of Historic Treasures of Ukraine, Kiev.

Gold dish from Thracian King Tomb, apx 350 BC, Bulgaria. Photo D.

Gold dish from Thracian (Bulgarian) King Tomb, apx 350 BC, Bulgaria.

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I was lucky enough to catch this temporary exhibition in Veliko Tarnovo. To my surprise, the curator invited me to take shots of the exhibits so here they are!

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