Bulgaria’s National Museum of History in Sofia has extended by one month its exhibition showcasing for the first time artifacts discovered by its own archaeologists during the 2018 archaeological season.
The treasure pot with Tatar plunder from ca. 1400 discovered in August 2018 in the Kaliakara Cape Fortress on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast has been exhibited for the first time for the general public at the National Museum of History…
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.
An authentic Ancient Thracian gold laurel wreath, which most probably had been dug up by treasure hunters somewhere in Southern Bulgaria and smuggled abroad, has been turned in to the National Museum of History in Sofia.