The story of the ruins of temple of goddess Fortuna in the Ancient Roman city of Ulpia Oescus is one of the many still awaiting to be told by us. Photo: ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com
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This is the editorial team of ArchaeologyinBulgaria.com asking once again you for your help to save this website amid the coronavirus pandemic!
Our small online media site has been saved twice already thanks to your donations! In the these two previous instances, the sum needed to cover our site’s monthly expenses was raised, that is, donated by you, really quickly.
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We hope that with your help we are going to be able to continue our exciting coverage of archaeological discoveries and other archaeology and history stories from Bulgaria and around the world!
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We have been seeking to do that in an objective manner, to the benefit of all of us humans, by boosting the understanding of where we came from, and thus of where we might be going.
We have been seeking to expose as much as possible the horrors of treasure hunting looting and the tremendous destruction that they have been causing to us all by shattering invaluable archaeological and historical sites going back to dawn of humanity.
Bulgaria and so many other places around the world have so much to be revealed and so many stories to be told.
So many treasures to be discovered. Figuratively. As well as literally.
That is what we have been after.
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While the financial burden of running the website has not been enormous per se, when combined with the time needed and all the efforts going into writing, research, and technical matters, the task has been overwhelming to our small team at times.
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