Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Archaeologists unearth Thracian carriage
Bulgarian archaeologists have unearthed a fully preserved, 19-century-old horse-drawn carriage from a Thracian tomb, news reports said on Wednesday.

The opulently decorated vehicle was found at Elchovo in south-eastern Bulgaria along with other artefacts buried 1 900 years ago with a rich Thracian nobleman. The storage tank in the coach was full of glass wine gourds and ceramic plates.

That sounds really neat but no photos.