As a result of the research undertaken at the Thraco-Getae site of Saharna Mare during 2001-2010, there were found several archaeological remains, including pieces of clothing, adornments, and toiletries. During this period there have been also discovered three bracelets, three temporal rings, two rings, five pendants, 19 beads, a plaque, a buckle, and a mirror. Among them stands out: a copper ... [Show full abstract] bracelet with attached ends (fig. 2/1), a silver spiral bracelet (fig. 2/2), three temporal rings (fig. 3), a plaque (fig. 4/1), and 15 amber beads (fig. 4/2-16), which were discovered in a cluster (hoard?) that was spread over an area of about 1 m square. Following the analysis of pieces discovered both in the
hoard (?) and all around the settlement it appears that they have a sufficiently wide chronological range within the 6th and 3rd centuries BC. The presence of silver jewelry, beads of amber, and a bronze mirror, which have relatively low frequency of spreading, shows "economic" links of the population of this area with the neighboring communities and remote centers of production and trade, primarily, the cities-colonies from the northwest Pontic area. At the same time, the concentration of these prestigious adornments in one place talks about the existence of wealthy people or persons of a special social status, which used these objects.