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CONSIDERABLE THRACIAN TREASURES (6TH TO 3RD CENTURIES BC)

1. The village Douvanliy (District of Plovdiv): treasure items from Moushozritsa Mogila, Koukova Mogila, Golyamata Mogila, Bashova Mogila and Arabadzhi Mogila; dated the end of the 6th till the first decades of the 4th century BC.
2. Hie village Garchinovo (District of Shoumen): an accidental finding of a matrix dated the 6th - 5th centuries BC.
3. Tlw village Skrebatno (District of Blagoevgrad): a set of gold objects dated the 6th - 5th centuries BC.
4. The village Lovcts (District of Stara Zagora): an accidental finding dated the 6th or the beginning of the 5th century BC.
5. The village Daskal Atanasovo (District of Stara Zagora): an accidental finding consisting of three gold phials dated the 5th century BC.
6. The village Dalboki (District of Stara Zagora): treasure items in a funeral dated the 5th century BC.
7. The village Boukyovtsi (District of Oryakhovo): two mixed treasures containing items from the Kingdom of Odryses dated the end of the 5th - the beginning of the 4th centuries BC,
8. The village Tvarditsa (District of Blagoevgrad): treasure items in a funeral dated the third quarter of the 5th century BC.
9. The village Kaloyanovo (District of Plovdiv): treasure items, gold breast-plate from a barrow necropolis dated the 5th - 4th centuries BC.
10. The village Mezek (District of Svilengrad): barroiv necropolis with treasure items found at the Srednata Mogila, Maltepe and the Malkata Mogila; dated the end of the 5th and the beginning of the 3rd centuries BC.
11. The village Brezovo (District of Plovdiv): treasure items in a funeral dated the end of the 5th - the beginning of the 4th century BC.
12. The village Rogozen (District of Vratsa): a mixed treasure dated the end of the 5th century BC until 340-339 BC, when Phillip II the Macedon plundered and then lost part of the Odryses' royal treasury.
13. Tlie barrow Ryazana Mogila (District of
Blagoevgrad): a treasure find dated the end of the 5th - the first half of the 4th centuries BC.
14. The village Radyuvene (district of Lovech): a large mixed treasure containing phials from the Odryses' Kingdom dated the end of the 4th century BC.
15. The village Alexandrovo (District of Lovech): a mixed treasure dated the 4th century BC containing items from the Odryses' Kingdom.
16. The village Borovo (District of Rousse): a treasure dated from the reign of King Kotys I (around 383 - 360 BC).
17. The village Branichevo (District of Shoumen): a funeral with treasure items dated the 4th century BC, containing also a phial belonging to the Odryses' King Amadok I or Amadok II.
18. Vladinya: a treasure dated the 4th century BC.
19. Toion ofVarbitsa (District of Preslav): treasure items of Odryses' Kingdom origin, dated the 4th century BC.
20. The village Letnitsa (District of Lovech): a treasure from the reign of King Kotys I and his son Kerseblept (dated the second quarter of the 4th century BC)
21. Town of Strelcha (Region of Panagyurishte): remains from objects and a scyphos in a barrow funeral dated the 4th century BC.
22. The village Sveshtari (District of Razgrad): an accidental find of silver nose-plate dated the 4th century BC.
23. The village Dolna Koznitsa (District of Kyustendil): sillier applications dated the 4th century BC.
24. Town of Chirpan (Region of Stara Zagora): a gold ring with a 'iabris' dated the 4th century BC.
25. Tlie village Gradnitsa: an accidental finding of a phial dated the 4th century BC.
26. The village Kapinovo (District of Veliko Tarnovo): a funeral with treasure items dated the second half of the 4th century BC.
27. The Mogilanska Mogila near the town of Vratsa: treasure items dated the 4th century BC; among them objects were found from the Odryses' royal treasury.

28. Town of Loukovit: a mixed treasure dated the 4th century BC containing objects from the Odryses' Kingdom.
29. The village Rozovets (District of Karlovo): funeral treasure items and a gold wreath dated the second half of the 4th century BC.
30. The village Kralevo (District of Targovishte): a treasure dated the second half of the 4th century BC.
31. Town of Panagyurishte (Region of Pazardzhik): treasure items from funerals and a gold treasure dated the second half of the 4th - the beginning of the 3rd centuries BC.
32. Tetevcn: phials from a funeral dated the second half of the 4th century BC.
33. Town of Kavarna: a gold wreath from a funeral dated the last quarter of the 4th century BC.
34. The Valley of Thracian Kings' (District of Kazanlak): treasure items found at: Ostrousha Mogila, a funeral-cult complex built in the second half of the 4th century BC, the greater part of the treasure probably plundered in the 4th century AD; Sineva Mogila, treasure items dated the 4th century BC; Malkata Mogila, unspoiled barrow tomb dated the 4th - the beginning of the 3rd
centuries BC; Sashova Mogila, unspoiled barrow complex dated the 3rd -2nd centuries BC; Bineva, Matildina, Tsvyatkova and Zareva Mogila dated the second half of the 4th - 3rd centuries BC.
35. The village Starosel (District of Hissar): Thracian cult complex, treasure items found there dated the second half of the 4th -the beginning of the 3rd centuries BC.
36. Seuthopolis (District of Kazanlak): items found at barrow funeral dated the end of the 4th - the beginning of the 3rd centuries BC; The Kazanlak Tomb: silver little pitcher found in the backfill of the barrow, dated the second half of the 4th century BC.
37. The village Koprivets (District of Rousse): gold decorations from a funeral dated the end of the 4th - the beginning of the. 3rd century BC.
38. The village Zlatinitsa (District of Bolyarovo): treasure items from a barrow funeral dated the 4th century BC.
Many more yet unpublished finds are known to experts, hundreds of treasure items, which have been entered the museums' inventories marked in most general terms by the locality they had been found or filed as "place of origin unknown' and so on...

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