The Madara rider

The Madara rider

A rock relief located in Northeast Bulgaria, probably carved at the end of the 7th century.

Vizuālā māksla

Atslēgvārdi

kavalerija, atvieglojums, akmens reljefs, Šūpoles, Madara, Pasaules mantojums, Bulgārija, Viduslaiki, Viduslaiku tautas, Tengri, MITHRA, Tervel, Justinaina II, Krum, Omurtag, 7. - 8. gs., mākslas vēsture, simbols, mākslas darbs, Vēsture, Lineāls

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