Monday, July 16, 2007

Archaeologist found fourth century B.C. artefacts in Bulgaria

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Bulgarian archaeologists found a lot of artefacts made from gold and silver in a tomb, near the village of Topolchane, some 280 km (175 miles) east from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria, which dated back to the fourth century B.C on July 14, 2007. Link

Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Kitov shows a fourth century B.C. Thracian golden mask.

Kitov inspects a fourth century B.C. Thracian golden artefact.




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