Constantine’s Bridge on the Danube River, the largest river bridge in ancient times, was a bridge in the Roman Empire which connected the major city of Ulpia Oescus (today’s Gigen in Northern Bulgaria) in the Moesia Superior province with Sucidava…
Bulgaria has become the newest full-fledged member of the European Archaeological Council (Europae Archaeologiae Consilium, EAC) as the Bulgarian National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia has hosted the 19th Heritage Management Symposium of EAC.
Bulgaria and Greece are (the) two European countries that are about as ancient as it gets. But possibly the first thing that comes to mind regarding their relations in historical terms are the horrific, back-stabbing Modern Era wars the two…
A set of fossilized teeth from a pre-human species dating back 9.7 million years ago – a discovery with the potential to “rewrite human history" – have been found by archaeologists near Mainz, Germany.
In-depth research by an international team of scholars of two roughly 7.2-million-old pre-human fossils discovered in Bulgaria and Greece demonstrates that the split of the human lineage occurred in the Balkans, and not in Africa, as conventionally thought.
The finds from one of Bulgaria’s very intriguing archaeological discoveries in 2016, an Early Christian basilica found in the previously unexplored ancient city of Palmatis (Palmate), have been showcased in a new exhibition of the History Museum in the northeastern…
A 5th century AD Early Christian basilica has been discovered during the first ever archaeological excavations of the Late Antiquity and medieval fortress Palmatis near the town of Onogur, Tervel Municipality, in Northeast Bulgaria.
The Late Antiquity and medieval fortress Palmatis near the town of Onogur, Tervel Municipality, in Northeast Bulgaria, which has never been seen archaeological excavations before, is to be excavated for the first time.
An “Ancient Roman Market" event is to be held in the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse for the 4th consecutive year as part of a Festival for Modern Urban Culture entitled “I, the City".
New information signs in Bulgarian, English, and German have been placed at the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse as part of an international project entitled “The Roman Emperors’ Route and the Danube Wine Route".