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01/2021

The statue is a Roman replica of the Relaxing Satyr by Praxiteles. Known as Periboetos (the Famous), it was one of his last works. The Satyr is depicted as a demon of nature, a joyful character already typifying the atmosphere of Hellenistic art, and the poetry of Theokritos. He...
12/2020

In the permanent exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum can be seen gold signet ring from Svetitsa Tumulus, near the town of Shipka, Stara Zagora Region from late 5 th c. BC. The ring belongs to grave goods found in a sarcophagus-like grave in the Svetitsa Tumulus....
11/2020

In the permanent exhibition of the National Archaeological Museum can be seen two curious in shape ceramic vessels dated in the Early Bronze Age or the 3 rd millennium BC. They are in the shape of a tall tankard with slightly out-turned rim and two symmetrical handles attached...
10/2020

In the NAIM depository are kept 12 silver appliqués with relief decoration – part of the grave offerings discovered in a tumulus in the Mramor locality near the town of Panagyurishte. The tumulus was looted in 1903. In it, a burial from the Early Hellenistic Age was...