The catalog includes the most intriguing newly discovered artifacts from the archaeological excavations all over Bulgaria in 2015.
The cover of the catalog features the newly discovered Ancient Romansilver coin treasure from the 2nd-3rd century AD from ancient Serdica found in the very downtown of Sofia.
The Bulgarian Archaeology 2015 exhibition was formally unveiled on February 11, 2016, in the Temporary Exhibitions Hall of the National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia. It will be open for visitors until April 10, 2016.
A total of 15 museums of history and archaeologyfrom all over Bulgaria are participating in the Bulgarian Archaeology 2015 exhibit as co-organizers and contributors.
The exhibition presents over 260 artifacts from 24 archaeological sites belonging to different types and chronology, ranging from the Early Prehistory to the Middle Ages.
The 2015 archaeological excavations of a total of 50 sites all over Bulgaria are presented with posters.
These include both archaeological sites that have been researched for decades, and sites which have just been discovered during infrastructure construction projects, and have warranted rescue excavations.
Examples of the former type of archaeological sites are:
The Paleolithic deposits in the Kozarnika Cave near the town of Belogradchik in Northwest Bulgaria;