The first ever evidence of the presence of the Ancient Roman military, i.e. the Roman Empire, on the territory of today’s Poland has been discovered by archaeologists in the Kujawy (Kuyavia) Region the in central part of the country.
Archaeologists have found parts of a silver wreath dating back to the period after Ancient Thrace was conquered by the Roman Empire (1st-3rd century) during excavations of a burial mound located near the 8,000-year-old Dyadovo Settlement Mound in Southeast Bulgaria.
Archaeologists hypothesize they may have discovered the 3rd-4th century AD coin mint of the Ancient Roman city of Serdica, the predecessor of today’s Bulgarian capital Sofia, as a result of ongoing digs in Sofia’s very downtown.
A missing fragment from an Ancient Roman inscription from the 90s AD has been discovered by archaeologists in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv revealing much about the early history of the Roman province of Thracia (Thrace), including the fact…
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".
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.