Absolutely unique 3rd century AD floor mosaics from the Antiquity Synagogue in the southern city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s only Jewish temple from the Antiquity period, have been restored by the Plovdiv Museum of Archaeology.
A wide range of archaeological artifacts have been discovered by the archaeologists who have carried out brief excavations in Cherven, one of the major urban, religious, and economic centers of the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185-1396 AD).
A marble slab from the frieze of an ancient temple in the Roman city of Augusta Traiana depicting two fighting gladiators has been discovered together with herms and an inscription mentioning Roman Caesars during rescue archaeological excavations in the southern…
The mural of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ found at the Early Renaissance Boyana Church in the Boyana suburb of Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is the best of its kind in the Eastern Orthodox world, according to a museum curator.
Bulgarian archaeologists and archaeology students from the UK have explored a new section of a previously known medieval necropolis in the city of Cherven, one of the major urban, religious, and economic centers of the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185-1396 AD).