Bulgaria’s National Institute and Museum of Archaeology Releases New Issue of ‘Interdisciplinary Studies’ Magazine
Bulgaria’s National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia has published a new issue of its “Interdisciplinary Studies” magazine.
Archaeologists Find 6th Century AD Brazier in Kalyata Fortress near Bulgaria’s Yakoruda
A ceramic brazier, a container for hot coal typically used for heating, which dates back to the 6th century AD, i.e. the Early Byzantine period, has been discovered by archaeologists excavating the Late Antiquity and medieval fortress of Kalyata near…
Archaeologists Discover 3,300-Year-Old Vessel near Bulgaria’s Razlog Testifying to Thracian Ties with Ancient Mycenae
A partly preserved alabastron, a vessel for perfumes, from Ancient Mycenae has been discovered by archaeologists excavating a 3,300-year-old fortified Bronze Age settlement near the town of Banya, Razlog Municipality, in Southwest Bulgaria.
Archaeologist Discovers Largest Neolithic Homes from Europe’s First Civilization in Prehistoric Settlement in Bulgaria’s Sofia
The largest Neolithic homes in Europe to date, which are 8,000 years old and belonged to the first European civilization, have been discovered in the Neolithic Settlement in the Slatina Quarter of the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
Bulgaria’s Razlog Unveils Restoration of 2nd Century BC Reliefs from Ancient Thracian Sun Shrine
Ornate Ancient Thracian relief marble steles from a Thracian shrine dedicated to the sun have been restored in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Razlog, with a permanent open-air exhibition of replicas of the steles being unveiled in its downtown.
Restored Ancient Roman City Nicopolis Ad Nestum in Bulgaria’s Garmen Enjoys Tourism Boom
The Ancient Roman city of Nicopolis Ad Nestum (also Nicopolis Ad Mestum) located in the town of Garmen in Southwest Bulgaria is seeing an influx of tourists after its partial restoration and conservation with EU money.