As a result of archaeological excavations in the tomb under the Bulgarian town Sveshtari were found gold ornaments, which are believed to archaeologists, could belong to the family of Alexander the Great.
Decorations were wrapped in cloth and ornate were with burnt human remains, which, presumably, is a Thracian chieftain boiler. It is believed that he is one of the law of Alexander the Great father Philip II. In the tomb were found figurines, ring, tiara, and many other jewelry made of pure gold. They were over the age of 2400 years.