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The oldest golden treasure in the world was found neither in Sumer, nor in Egypt, nor in pre-Columbus America, but in Bulgaria, in an Eneolithic necropolis, found near Varna city in 1972. The treasure has an exceptional value because according to scientists it dates more than 6000 years ... ". This sensational find posed new questions before science in terms of the ancient civilizations, which had inhabited the Bulgarian lands

The oldest golden treasure in the world was found neither in Sumer, nor in Egypt, nor in pre-Columbus America, but in Bulgaria, in an Eneolithic necropolis, found near Varna city in 1972. The treasure has an exceptional value because according to scientists it dates more than 6000 years ... ". This sensational find posed new questions before science in terms of the ancient civilizations, which had inhabited the Bulgarian lands

In 2007 Thrace Foundation was the main sponsor of the archeological studies of Thracian mound necropoles in the region of Sliven, which were endangered of destruction by treasure-hunters. Under this project the Foundation partnered the Municipality of Sliven and the Regional Historical Museum in the town of Sliven

In 2007 Thrace Foundation was the main sponsor of the archeological studies of Thracian mound necropoles in the region of Sliven, which were endangered of destruction by treasure-hunters. Under this project the Foundation partnered the Municipality of Sliven and the Regional Historical Museum in the town of Sliven

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

Gold pectoral from Southwestern Bulgarian lands-( 4th century BC ) NIM Нагръдник. 4 в. пр. Хр. Югозападни български земи. НИМ

Gold pectoral from Southwestern Bulgarian lands-( 4th century BC ) NIM Нагръдник. 4 в. пр. Хр. Югозападни български земи. НИМ

Ravnogor treasure Consisting of 9 silver objects, buried under a mound in a mound necropolis Discovered by G. Kitov in 1987 in the stones under the mound while doing excavations near Ravnogor village. It consists of phalerae, a headstall and a chain for horse trappings. Contents. Typical shapes for decoration of the Thracian horse trappings in the late Hellenistic epoch, but in Greek execution

Ravnogor treasure Consisting of 9 silver objects, buried under a mound in a mound necropolis Discovered by G. Kitov in 1987 in the stones under the mound while doing excavations near Ravnogor village. It consists of phalerae, a headstall and a chain for horse trappings. Contents. Typical shapes for decoration of the Thracian horse trappings in the late Hellenistic epoch, but in Greek execution

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

The surroundings and the limits of Haskovo has preserved many traces of prehistoric, Thracian, Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and medieval villages. In December 2000 the mound \”unkempt hammer\” to Aleksandrovo, a team of archaeologists led by Dr. Georgi Kitov (1943-2008), makes one of the most significant discoveries in Bulgarian archeology.

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