Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered a tomb, estimated to date from the fifth century CE, on St Ivan island off the coast of Bulgaria’s Black Sea town of Sozopol, it was […]
Archaeologists working at the Lyutitsa fortress near Ivailovgrad in southern Bulgaria have found a fragment of a cauldron dating from the 11th century ...
Archaeologists working at the ancient sacred site of Perperikon in Bulgaria have found four silver coins from the time of Tsar Ivan Alexander, three r ...
The month of June 2015 is closing with archaeologists in Bulgaria having unearthed a wide range of finds at various dig sites around the country, rang ...
The Lead Mosque in the Bulgarian town of Karlovo is again at the centre of controversy, with Muslims irate about archaeological excavations at the site of the 15th century building. […]
Bulgaria’s ancient sacred site of Perperikon may have had a Roman temple dedicated to Apollo, archaeology professor and Perperikon dig team leader Nikolai Ovcharov said on June 17 2015. Soon […]
Archaeologists working at the site of the Great Basilica, the largest early Christian church found in Bulgaria – believed to date from between the fourth and fifth centuries – have […]
The first major archaeological excavation of the Sveta Nedelya Square site in central Sofia in 60 years is to begin in mid-June, in a project that will continue all summer […]
Bulgarian archaeologists working at a site near the village of Mursalevo along the route of the construction of the Struma motorway have found a Roman villa believed to date from […]
Bulgarian archaeologists say that they have found 60 houses from a Neolithic settlement, estimated to date back 8000 years, that were seven to eight metres high and that had streets […]