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Thracian Miniature Axe, Regional Museum of History - Stara Zagora

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Thrace Foundation
by Nikolay Genov
published on 09 July 2019
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Miniature axe, decorated with protomes of a bull, griffin, and a deer. The blade is shaped as a stylised goat head.
8th-7th century BCE. Regional Museum of History - Stara Zagora.
Photo: Nikolay Genov in catalogue of the exhibition Los Tracios. Tesoros enigmáticos de Bulgaria, Barcelona-Valencia-Madrid, 2005-2006 CE.

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