The archaeologists excavating the Ancient Roman city of Novae near the Bulgarian Danube town of Svishtov have discovered a pedestal with an inscription in Latin which is dedicated to ancient deities Apollo and Diana.
Assoc. Prof. Pavlina Vladkova, an archaeologist from the Regional Museum of History in Bulgaria’s Veliko Tarnovo, has urged the promotion of the Ancient Roman city of Novae, whose ruins are located in the Danube town of Svishtov, as a cultural…
Archaeologists from Bulgaria and Poland are starting for the 56th consecutive year the archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman military camp and city of Novae located near the Bulgarian Danube town of Svishtov.
Bulgarian archaeologists carrying out rescue excavations in the Ancient Thracian and Roman, early Byzanine, and medieval Bulgarian city of Almus, whose ruins are located in today’s Danube town of Lom, have discovered one of its gates.
Part of the ruins of the Ancient Thracian and Roman, early Byzanine, and medieval Bulgarian city of Almus have been uncovered in the Bulgarian Danube town of Lom during construction works for the rehabilitation of the town’s water supply and…
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".
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Culture has allocated no government funding whatsoever for the supposed continuation of the archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman fortress Bononia in the northwestern Danube city of Vidin.
The Ancient Thracian, Roman, and Byzantine city of Ulpia Oescus located near the town of Gigen in Northern Bulgaria warrants as much publicity as possible, says Assoc. Prof. Gergana Kabakchieva who has been a lead archaeologist in the excavations of…
The 10th edition of the Ancient Heritage Festival “Eagle on the Danube" taking place in the Ancient Roman military camp and fortress of Novae near Bulgaria’s Danube town of Svishtov kicked off on Friday, June 5, 2015.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Culture has allocated only BGN 12,000 (app. EUR 6,100) for the 2015 summer archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman Danube city of Colonia Ulpia Traiana Ratiaria, which is located near today’s town of Archar in Northwest Bulgaria.
Reenactments of Ancient Thracian food and wine rituals have been presented at a performance held at the restored Ancient Thracian and Roman fortress of Montanesium in the northwestern Bulgarian city of Montana.
The Ancient Roman arsenal city of Ratiaria, also known as Colonia Ulpia Traiana Ratiaria, which is located near the northwestern Bulgarian town of Archar on the Danube River, has suffered brand new major damages from looting treasure hunters.
Bulgaria’s Danube town of Svishtov is once again in exciting anticipation of the annual Ancient Heritage Festival “Eagle on the Danube", a major international event designed to promote Antiquity history from the time of Ancient Rome and Ancient Thrace through…
The Ethnographic Museum at the Regional Museum of History in the Danube city of Silistra has showcased one intriguing item from its collection – Bulgaria’s first ever television set, a Soviet-made TV set from the Communist Era.
In a rare occurrence, a Bulgarian treasure hunter has been sentenced to a jail term for digging for archaeological artifacts in the Ancient Roman arsenal city of Colonia Ulpia Ratiaria located on the Danube in the northwestern District of Vidin.
The Ancient Roman fortress of Transmarisca in Bulgaria’s Danube town of Tutrakan will be photographed and “digitized" with funding from the so called European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Grants, a foreign development mechanism of the Norwegian government.
The skull of what is most probably a human sacrifice victim, and a Roman military diploma are some of the most interesting finds discovered at Ancient Thracians sites in the towns of Batin and Bretovitsa by Varbin Varbanov, an archaeologist…