Amphora-Rhyton from Kukouva Mogila Tumulus, National Archaeological Institute with Museum - BAS

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Thrace Foundation
by Nikolay Genov
published on 09 July 2019
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Silver-gilt amphora-rhyton from Kukouva Mogila tumulus, Duvanlii.
Early 5th century BCE.
National Archaeological Institute with Museum - BAS.
Photo: Nikolay Genov in catalogue of the exhibition Los Tracios. Tesoros enigmáticos de Bulgaria, Barcelona-Valencia-Madrid, 2005-2006 CE.

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Genov, N. (2019, July 09). Amphora-Rhyton from Kukouva Mogila Tumulus, National Archaeological Institute with Museum - BAS. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10988/amphora-rhyton-from-kukouva-mogila-tumulus-nationa/

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Genov, Nikolay. "Amphora-Rhyton from Kukouva Mogila Tumulus, National Archaeological Institute with Museum - BAS." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified July 09, 2019. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/10988/amphora-rhyton-from-kukouva-mogila-tumulus-nationa/.

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Genov, Nikolay. "Amphora-Rhyton from Kukouva Mogila Tumulus, National Archaeological Institute with Museum - BAS." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 09 Jul 2019. Web. 27 Nov 2021.

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