Ancient Greek, Thracian Silver Treasure with Hercules and Nemean Lion, Apollo Becomes October 2020 ‘Exhibit of the Month’ in Bulgaria’s National Museum of Archaeology
A collective find of 12 silver appliques from a horse ammunition featuring characters from Ancient Greek and Thracian mythology, including two scenes of Hercules (Heracles) and the Nemean Lion, and four heads of god Apollo, has been declared “Exhibit of…
2nd Century BC Lion Statue from Hellenistic Era, Byzantine Oven Found in Ancient Assos in Turkey
A 2,200-year-old statue of a lion from the Hellenistic Age and an Early Byzantine oven have been discovered in Turkey during archaeological excavations in the Ancient Greek city of Assos on Anatolia’s Aegean coast.
Ancient Thracian Kralevo Gold Treasure – Kralevo, Targovishte District, Bulgaria
The Kralevo Gold Treasure is an Ancient Thracian gold and silver treasure discovered in a Thracian burial mound near the town of Kralevo, Targovishte Municipality, Targovishte District, in Northeast Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Archaeologist Georgi Ginev, Discoverer of Ancient Thracian Kralevo Gold Treasure, Has Passed Away
Bulgarian archaeologist Georgi Ginev best known for discovering the Ancient Thracian Kralevo Gold Treasure back in 1979 passed away on January 11, 2019.
Archaeologists Discover Unknown Fortress Walls, Byzantine Gold Coin in Rusocastro Fortress near Bulgaria’s Kameno
Two unknown fortress walls and three unknown fortress towers as well as a 14th century Byzantine gold coin have been discovered by archaeologists during the 2016 excavations of the major medieval fortress of Rusocastro in today’s Southeast Bulgaria.