In the distant 2008 and 2009, an archaeologist of the Museum Historical Museum Nova ZagoraVeselin Ignatov led the team that discovered a 2,000-year-old chariot in Bulgaria. While excavating the burial mound, the team noticed that the vehicle was decorated with scenes. Thracian mythologyBut that’s not all.
was next to the car a man in armor, gold coins and rings, a silver cup with the image of the Greek god Eros, and wooden and leather tools for stable maintenance and horse care. The Thracians were a nomadic people with an Indo-European language inclination, born about 5,000 years ago. This is the epilogue of the people with the Roman conquest and then assimilation to the Slavs. Like many ancient civilizations that were emerging, the Thracians also sought valuable goods. decoration and construction of tombs. Therefore, burials with cars were very common in the territory of today’s Bulgaria.
The chariot found in Ancient Thrace had a diameter of more than a meter, proving to archaeologists that it was well preserved. Very stylish, scholars are not the first To get hold of these historic finds: tomb raiders are a major hurdle in the analysis of funerary architectures because they are destroyed by funerary architectures. In short, a race to see who comes first.
mourning and as a sacrifice to the godsThe deceased’s horses were usually slaughtered during the burial. Dogs, sheep, pigs, and deer were also commonly used for these rituals; Not surprisingly, dog carcasses were also found in the area discovered by Veselin Ignatov’s team. In addition to jewels, objects and food were placed, such as wine, that the deceased could use in the afterlife.
Although the Thracians were devoured by later societies that stole their tradition, discoveries like this Preserving culture for centuries.
Source: Every Eye