Valchitran treasure-Bulgaria was found in 1924 near the village of Valchitran, Pleven province and is the largest Thracian gold treasure found on the territory of Bulgaria. 
When digging the vineyard was accidentally discovered the biggest gold treasure known to the Bulgarian archaeology and consisting of 13 Court made of alloy in the following composition: Gold – 88.15%, with natural impurities from silver 9.7%, 1.74% copper and iron – 0.4%. Total weight is 12.5 kg pure gold.  it consists of 13 subject: seven have a form of pohlupaci with different diameters and extended in the Middle handles tuber (resembling drums-cymbals). One court resembles a kantarosoviden crater with a highly elongated and curved away handles and is weighing 4.5 kg of pure gold. There are four deep bowls with curved top handles (one cup is considerably larger). There is also a trilisten Court, composed of three almond-shaped bodies, linked together with pipes and General triple branched handle so that it forms a system of connected vessels.
The treasure is located in two large groups. In the first large gold kantaros (Cup with two handles) weighing about 4 pounds, and also one large and three small kiatosa (Cup with a vertical handle). The decoration of the vessels is relatively poor. It is embossed edges with diagonally positioned along hacked-up handles. The first group is examined in detail by the archaeologists Andrew Taylor and Timothy Šerad. They cite parallels from mainland Greece, these are grave No 4 in a circle a at Mycenae, where outdoor like silver kantaros and also Golden, accidentally discovered in kantaros Thebes. Other similar vessels are part of the treasures of R″deni, Romania and Križovlin, Ukraine. The three findings contain kantharoi and drinking glasses. Similar caps are part of the collection of the Dai, unfortunately no information where they are found.
The treasure is dated to the late bronze age, i.e. to the XVI-XII century BC. It is assumed that the vessels were used for religious rituals, performed by the Thracian Kings-priests.
The treasure is stored at the archaeological museum in Sofia, a copy – in the regional Museum of history-Pleven, Bulgaria.
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