The advertising poster for the Bulgarian Archaeology 2015 exhibition of the National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia which is to present the results from the 2015 archaeological season. The poster shows the treasure of silver Roman coins found in downtown Sofia in September 2015. Photo: National Institute and Museum of Archaeology
Bulgaria’s National Institute and Museum of Archaeology is about to unveil its 9th annual exhibition entitled “Bulgarian Archaeology" which traditionally presents the results from the last archaeological season, including the most intriguing newly discovered artifacts.
The Bulgarian Archaeology 2015 exhibition will be opened on February 11, 2016, (Thursday) at 6 pm in the Temporary Exhibitions Hall of the National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia. It will be on display until April 10, 2016.
“The exhibition brings together artifacts from 24 archaeological sites belonging to different types and chronology, ranging from the Early Prehistory to the Middle Ages," the Museum has stated in a release.
A total of 15 museums of history and archaeologyfrom all over Bulgaria will participate in the Bulgarian Archaeology 2015 exhibit as co-organizers and contributors of exhibition items.
Some of the most intriguing artifacts to be displayed in the 2015 Bulgarian Archaeology exhibit include: