Per Øyvind Riise

Per Øyvind Riise

Per Øyvind Riise
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Svirachi

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Golyama Brestnitca 'treasure' is a ceremonial set of massive silver vessels (couldron and 5 paterae) dedicated to the Thracian Horseman God (styled 'Pyroumeroulas') from a high Roman soldier-officer (Flavius Mestrianus, beneficiarius) taken from the Zlatna Panega great sanctuary, saved and hidden during the Gothic invasion in 250-1 AD

Golyama Brestnitca 'treasure' is a ceremonial set of massive silver vessels (couldron and 5 paterae) dedicated to the Thracian Horseman God (styled 'Pyroumeroulas') from a high Roman soldier-officer (Flavius Mestrianus, beneficiarius) taken from the Zlatna Panega great sanctuary, saved and hidden during the Gothic invasion in 250-1 AD

The Tumulus of Golyamata Mogila near the villages of Malomirovo and Zlatinitsa - Chapter VII - VIII

The Tumulus of Golyamata Mogila near the villages of Malomirovo and Zlatinitsa - Chapter VII - VIII

Odrysian kingdom - Wikipedia

Odrysian kingdom - Wikipedia

Panagyurishte : Culture and Art

Panagyurishte : Culture and Art

Apollonia Pontica Excavation Project

Apollonia Pontica Excavation Project

M. Tonkova. The jewellery of a wealthy Thracian woman from Anchialos and the fashion in Middle and Late Hellenistic jewellery. - In: Monographie Instrumentum 51, 2015/ Mémoire XLIX, 2015, 699-716. | Milena Tonkova - Academia.edu

M. Tonkova. The jewellery of a wealthy Thracian woman from Anchialos and the fashion in Middle and Late Hellenistic jewellery. - In: Monographie Instrumentum 51, 2015/ Mémoire XLIX, 2015, 699-716. | Milena Tonkova - Academia.edu

Gold earrings from Mushovitsa tumulus at Duvanliy, Plovdiv region, late 5th c. BC Златни обеци от могила Мушовица,Дуванли ,края на 5 век пр. Хр Nikolay Genov Photography

Gold earrings from Mushovitsa tumulus at Duvanliy, Plovdiv region, late 5th c. BC Златни обеци от могила Мушовица,Дуванли ,края на 5 век пр. Хр Nikolay Genov Photography

http://balkan-archaeology.org/abstracts/desislava-lyubenova.html

http://balkan-archaeology.org/abstracts/desislava-lyubenova.html