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Între 1999 şi 2001, 24 de brăţări din aur au fost descoperite la Sarmizegetusa şi valorificate ilegal de bande organizate de jefuitori de comori. Statul a recuperat doar 12 bucăţi. Procesul intentat hoţilor a scos în evidenţă însă dimensiunea incredibilă a jafului. Ipoteza că brăţările ar fi falsuri realizate în vremurile noastre, lansată în mass-media, a otrăvit opinia

Între 1999 şi 2001, 24 de brăţări din aur au fost descoperite la Sarmizegetusa şi valorificate ilegal de bande organizate de jefuitori de comori. Statul a recuperat doar 12 bucăţi. Procesul intentat hoţilor a scos în evidenţă însă dimensiunea incredibilă a jafului. Ipoteza că brăţările ar fi falsuri realizate în vremurile noastre, lansată în mass-media, a otrăvit opinia

1st C. BCE. A single Greek word, Ginesthoi, or "Make It So," at the bottom of a papyrus may have been written by the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra VII. It grants tax exemption for sale of 300 tons of wheat in exchange for 34,000 gallons of Roman wine by an associate of Marc Antony. An internal administrative note intended for a bureaucratic official prepared by court scribes, the approval of an edict is said to be only possible by Cleopatra herself. It was reused and found in a mummy case.

1st C. BCE. A single Greek word, Ginesthoi, or "Make It So," at the bottom of a papyrus may have been written by the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra VII. It grants tax exemption for sale of 300 tons of wheat in exchange for 34,000 gallons of Roman wine by an associate of Marc Antony. An internal administrative note intended for a bureaucratic official prepared by court scribes, the approval of an edict is said to be only possible by Cleopatra herself. It was reused and found in a mummy case.

simboluri sacre romanesti cu origini dacice - CLIPE TRAITE ALTFEL !

simboluri sacre romanesti cu origini dacice - CLIPE TRAITE ALTFEL !

Romanian National History Museum Dacian bracelet exposed in National Museum of Romanian History

Romanian National History Museum Dacian bracelet exposed in National Museum of Romanian History

An almost 7,000-year old stone tablet found in Bulgaria bears carvings that might turn out to be one of the world's oldest inscriptions, a prominent Bulgarian archaeologist said Thursday.

An almost 7,000-year old stone tablet found in Bulgaria bears carvings that might turn out to be one of the world's oldest inscriptions, a prominent Bulgarian archaeologist said Thursday.

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The Varna Necropolis (Bulgarian: Варненски некропол) (also Varna Cemetery) is a burial site in the western industrial zone of Varna (approximately half a kilometre from Lake Varna and 4 km from the city centre), Bulgaria, internationally considered one of the key archaeological sites in world prehistory. The oldest golden treasure in the world, dating from 4,600 BCE to 4,200 BCE, was discovered at the site

The Varna Necropolis (Bulgarian: Варненски некропол) (also Varna Cemetery) is a burial site in the western industrial zone of Varna (approximately half a kilometre from Lake Varna and 4 km from the city centre), Bulgaria, internationally considered one of the key archaeological sites in world prehistory. The oldest golden treasure in the world, dating from 4,600 BCE to 4,200 BCE, was discovered at the site

Le trésor, daté de 350 à 450 avant JC Sevso,Romania Dacian culture

Le trésor, daté de 350 à 450 avant JC Sevso,Romania Dacian culture

Treasure hunters' coins and bracelets shed light on ancient Dacian culture.

Treasure hunters' coins and bracelets shed light on ancient Dacian culture.

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