Archaeologists Find 6,300-Year-Old Gold Jewel in Solnitsata (‘The Salt Pit’) Prehistoric Town in Bulgaria’s Provadiya
A gold jewel which is at least 6,300 years old has been discovered by archaeologists excavating the Solnitsata (i.e. “The Salt Pit”) prehistoric settlement, which has been dubbed “Europe’s oldest prehistoric town”, located near the northeastern Bulgarian town of Provadiya….
North African Amphorae Found by Bulgarian Archaeologists in Byzantine Black Sea Fortress Originated in Tunisia
The North African amphorae (a type of ancient pottery vessels) discovered by Bulgarian archaeologists excavating the Late Antiquity and Early Byzantine fortress of Talaskara on the Black Sea Cape Chervenka, also known as the Chrisosotira (“Golden Savior, Golden Christ”) Peninsula,…