For the 60th year in a row, Bulgarian and Polish archaeologists are beginning their annual excavations of the Ancient Roman military camp and city of Novae located near today’s Danube town of Svishtov.
The first ever evidence of the presence of the Ancient Roman military, i.e. the Roman Empire, on the territory of today’s Poland has been discovered by archaeologists in the Kujawy (Kuyavia) Region the in central part of the country.
A “long line of visitors” formed for the opening of an exhibition of part of the 4th century BC Zlatinitsa – Malomirovo Treasure, one of Bulgaria’s numerous stunning treasures from Ancient Thrace, opened by Bulgaria and Poland in the Royal…
An exhibition of part of the 4th century BC Zlatinitsa – Malomirovo Treasure, one of Bulgaria’s numerous stunning treasures from Ancient Thrace, has been opened by Bulgaria and Poland in the Royal Lazienki Museum in the Polish capital Warsaw.
Part of one of Bulgaria’s numerous stunning treasures from Ancient Thrace, the 4th century BC Zlatinitsa – Malomirovo Treasure, is going to be showcased in an exhibition entitled “Insignia of Power” in the Royal Lazienki Museum in Poland’s capital Warsaw.
Experts from Poland’s National Maritime Museum in Tczew have begun the reconstruction of a boat from the 12th-century that Slavs in what later became Poland used to compete with the Vikings in the Baltic Sea.
Bulgaria has become the newest full-fledged member of the European Archaeological Council (Europae Archaeologiae Consilium, EAC) as the Bulgarian National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia has hosted the 19th Heritage Management Symposium of EAC.
Bulgaria’s National Institute and Museum of Archaeology in Sofia, part of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, is hosting the 19th Heritage Management Symposium of the European Archaeological Council (Europae Archaeologiae Consilium, EAC).
The aurochs, the large species of wild cattle which is the ancestor of today’s domestic cattle, survived in today’s Bulgaria well into the 13th-14th century when it was still hunted for meat, bones recently found in the large fortress Rusocastro…
A Gospel Book in Bulgarian which is almost 400 years old, and was printed in the Cyrillic alphabet in Vilnius, then in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, has been found among the belongings of a deceased priest who served in a church…
A section of the main road of the Roman Empire which ran all along the southern bank of the Danube River has been unearthed by the Bulgarian and Polish archaeologists excavating the city of Novae near today’s town of Svishtov.
The first team of Bulgarian and Polish archaeologists have begun the 57th archaeological season in a row in the Ancient Roman city of Novae located at the southernmost point of the Danube River near the today’s town of Svishtov.
One of the best known landmarks on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, the complex of the so called Balchik Palace and the Balchik Botanical Garden, was visited by more than 200,000 Bulgarian and international tourists in 2015.
A record number of reenactors are going to participate in the 2015 historical reenactment of the 1444 Battle of Varna in Eastern Bulgaria which ended the second Crusade of the King of Poland and Hungary Vladislav (Wladyslaw) III Jagello, also…
The Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna is going to erect a monument of Vladislav (Wladyslaw) III Jagello, also known as Varnenchik, King of Poland and Hungary, who staged two campaigns against the Ottoman Empire (a few decades after it…
The archaeologists excavating the Late Antiquity and medieval Byzantine and Bulgarian fortress Kastritsi, which is located in the Euxinograd Residence of the Bulgarian government near the Black Sea city of Varna, have discovered medieval Christian artifacts as well as a…
The archaeologists excavating the Ancient Roman city of Novae near the Bulgarian Danube town of Svishtov have discovered a pedestal with an inscription in Latin which is dedicated to ancient deities Apollo and Diana.
Archaeologists from Bulgaria and Poland are starting for the 56th consecutive year the archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman military camp and city of Novae located near the Bulgarian Danube town of Svishtov.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Culture has allocated no government funding whatsoever for the supposed continuation of the archaeological excavations of the Ancient Roman fortress Bononia in the northwestern Danube city of Vidin.
The 10th edition of the Ancient Heritage Festival “Eagle on the Danube” taking place in the Ancient Roman military camp and fortress of Novae near Bulgaria’s Danube town of Svishtov kicked off on Friday, June 5, 2015.
Bulgaria’s Danube town of Svishtov is once again in exciting anticipation of the annual Ancient Heritage Festival “Eagle on the Danube”, a major international event designed to promote Antiquity history from the time of Ancient Rome and Ancient Thrace through…
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