This is an ancient golden bracelet, part of the Dabene Treasure. The Dabene treasure was discovered in the summer of 2004 in the land of the village of Dabene, Karlovo. The treasure is dated to the middle of the 3rd millennium BC. This treasure is very important for history, as it gives the connection with the oldest found gold treasures from the middle of the 5th millennium BC, found near Varna and Veliko Tarnovo. The treasure was discovered in excellent condition and without restoration it was exhibited in the National History Museum in Sofia. To date, more than 21,000 elements of strings, gold spirals, beads and appliqués have been found. There is also found a golden dagger, which makes big impression because it is unique to the lands of Ancient Thrace and South-Eastern Europe. It is a double-edged dagger, ending not with a sharp point, but with a sharpened flat front. A small box with a lid made of pure silver was also found, which is unknown in antiquity from other areas. It is interesting to note that the golden objects in each of the studied structures are different in shape and stand out from similar ones in the others. This testifies to a different style in their production and to its duration. The production of so many objects suggests a narrow specialization in this respect, and it is likely that this profession was practiced by a small number of representatives of the ancient population.
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