Archaeologists Discover Grave of Medieval Bulgarian Princess ‘Built Into’ Foundations of Stone Church near Botevgrad
The grave of a female aristocrat from the Shishman Dynasty which ruled the Second Bulgarian Empire (1185-1396) in its last few decades before it was conquered by the Ottoman Turks has been discovered during the excavations of the old church…
Lovech Museum of History Presents Exhibit on Ancient Thracian Aristocracy in Bulgaria’s Shumen
The Regional Museum of History in the city of Shumen in Northeast Bulgaria has unveiled an exhibition on the Ancient Thracian aristocracy with archaeological artifacts from the collection of the Regional Museum of History in the city of Lovech.
Over 1,000 Sea Fauna Fossils Showcased in Natural History Museum in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv
A private collection of over 1,000 sea fauna fossils from different geological eras has been exhibited in the Museum of Natural History in the southern Bulgarian city of Plovdiv.
Bulgarian Archaeologist Finds Ancient Roman Jacuzzi Heater at ‘Luxury’ Road Station near Sostra Fortress
Bulgarian archaeologist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ivan Hristov has discovered a heater for an Ancient Roman Jacuzzi during the ongoing excavations of the Roman road station at the Sostra Fortress near the central town of Troyan.
Bulgarian Archaeologists Uncover More of ‘Luxury’ Ancient Roman Road Station in Fresh Excavations
Achaeologists from Bulgaria’s National Museum of History have uncovered more of what appears to have been a “luxury” Ancient Roman road station near the Roman fortress Sostra located close to today’s town of Troyan on the route of Via Traiana, a…
Bulgaria’s Troyan Urges Recognition of Roman Archaeology Monuments along Emperor Trajan’s Road
Troyan Municipality in Central Bulgaria, together with several other towns, has moved closer to state recognition of the culture monument status of three local Ancient Roman sites along the so called Via Traiana, a Roman road used by Emperor Trajan…
Bulgarian Archaeologists, UK Students Unearth Necropolis in Major Medieval City Cherven
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).