Bulgarian Archaeologist Enlists Mongolian Experts to Study Ancient Bulgar Petroglyphs in Rock City Perperikon
June 10, 2015 · by Ivan Dikov · in Bulgarian Empire, Middle Ages
Bulgarian archaeologist Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov is going to study allegedly Ancient Bulgar petroglyphs, i.e. rock engravings, found in the prehistoric, ancient, and medieval rock of Perperikon (Perperik) with the help of experts from Mongolia.
Archaeologists Discover Hand from Huge Roman Statue at Early Christian Site in Bulgaria’s Sandanski
April 2, 2015 · by Ivan Dikov · in Ancient Rome / Roman Empire, Byzantine Empire, Christianity, Cultural Tourism
Archaeologists have discovered the hand of a huge Roman marble statue while excavating the Early Christian monuments in the Ancient Thracian and Roman city of Parthicopolis in the southwestern Bulgarian town of Sandanski.
Bulgarian Archaeologists Find 5th Century Bronze Cross in Early Christian Basilica
March 2, 2015 · by Ivan Dikov · in Ancient Rome / Roman Empire, Antiquity, Byzantine Empire, Christianity, Middle Ages
Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a large bronze cross during excavations in an Early Christian basilica in the ancient city of Parthicopolis, which is located in today’s southwestern town of Sandanski.