Archaeologists have discovered the ruins of a large town from the time of the Roman Empire hypothesizing that it might be the Ancient Thracian and Roman settlement of Scaptopara, the predecessor of today’s city of Blagoevgrad in Southwest Bulgaria, whose…
The foundations of a large Ancient Roman building which may have been burned down during a barbarian invasion in the 4th century AD have been discovered in the town of Mezdra in Northwest Bulgaria after local archaeologists began rescue excavations…
A coin hoard of Ancient Roman silver coins, which has been discovered by accident in the roots of a large tree in the town of Mezdra in Northwest Bulgaria, according to archaeologists, confirms the previously hypothesized existence of a Roman…
Archaeologists hypothesize they may have discovered the 3rd-4th century AD coin mint of the Ancient Roman city of Serdica, the predecessor of today’s Bulgarian capital Sofia, as a result of ongoing digs in Sofia’s very downtown.
A previously unseen Early Christian bronze medallion is the most intriguing recent archaeological find from the excavations of the ancient fortress Burgos (Poros) on Cape Foros in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas.
A treasure of 2,976 silver Roman coins from the 1st-2nd century AD has been discovered by archaeologists during the excavations of the ruins of the Ancient Thracian and Roman city of Serdica in the downtown of the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
An “Ancient Roman Market" event is to be held in the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse for the 4th consecutive year as part of a Festival for Modern Urban Culture entitled “I, the City".
New information signs in Bulgarian, English, and German have been placed at the Roman fortress Sexaginta Prista in Bulgaria’s Danube city of Ruse as part of an international project entitled “The Roman Emperors’ Route and the Danube Wine Route".
Three men from the District of Pleven in Northern Bulgarian have been charged with treasure hunting on the territory of the Ancient Roman legionary base and city Novae located near today’s Danube city of Svishtov, Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry has announced.
The Ancient Roman fortress of Transmarisca in Bulgaria’s Danube town of Tutrakan will be photographed and “digitized" with funding from the so called European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Grants, a foreign development mechanism of the Norwegian government.