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Thracian Warriors in the Kazanlak tomb

Painting on the ceiling

Wall paintings

A larger detail of the Thracian infantry

A larger image of the Thracian warriors

Scenes in the dungeon of the Kazanlak tomb
Dimensions: 2.24m wide at the base, 1.12m high.
Shape: Short, low, inward sloping walls, tapering upwards, covered with a double-sided roof.
Decoration: In the lower part it is covered with red paint, followed by a wide black frieze with an ornament like acanthas. Sloping scenes are represented on the sloping walls of the roof.
Date: approx. 280 BC.
Source: Thracian Art
See also Illustrations of North Thracian Armoured Cavalry
Illustration of a Thracian Armoured Infantryman on a plaque from the Grave of Seuthes III, Kazanlak
Other Ancient Illustrations of Costume and Soldiers