Bulgarian Archaeologist Discovers Previously Unknown Ancient Thracian Fortress in Thick Forest along Ropotamo River
June 30, 2015 · by Ivan Dikov · in Ancient Thrace, Antiquity
An ancient fortress unknown to Bulgarian and international archaeology has been discovered in the thick subtropical forests along the Ropotamo River in Southeast Bulgaria, the National Museum of History in Sofia has announced.
Bulgarian Archaeologists Discover Late Antiquity Outer Fortress Wall, Murals from Ancient Roman City Durostorum
Bulgarian archaeologists conducting rescue excavations in the Danube city of Silistra known as Durostorum (or Dorostorum) in Ancient Thracian and Roman times and as Drastar (or Drustur) during the medieval Bulgarian Empire have discovered a previously unknown Late Antiquity fortress…