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The majority of the finds are golden necklaces and bracelets. The Varna culture is regarded as a unique example of prehistoric Europe's highest achievements in gold workmanship. Theophanes the Confessor first mentioned the name "Odessos" on his "Chronicle" (AD 6397). Some assume that he was referring to present-day Varna, which was called Odessus or Odessos at that time; however, this is not certain because there are several cities bearing this name around the world. In Anabasis Alexandri it is written: ""Next day we arrived at a large city called Odessus"" (chapter 4); ""From thence to Colchis across four mountains named respectively Bason, Barries [Borj], Pangaeus and Ossa; between which lay Lake Prasias [modern-day Lake Prespa] full of fish."" Strabo refers also to an earlier writer Pollux who wrote about ancient Greek colonies on its shore: ""Colchis borders upon it from above by lake Prasias...