The annual exhibition of fascinating finds by archaeologists in Bulgaria is on at the National Archaeological Museum in Sofia from February 14 to March 19 2017. “Bulgarian Archaeology 2016” marks […]
A newly-found inscription has shown that the Ancient Theatre in Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv, long thought to date back to about the year 116 ...
A Plovdiv regional prosecutor who volunteered to take part in archaeological excavations at the Bulgarian city’s Great Basilica site has partici ...
Archaeologists working at the site of the Great Basilica in Plovdiv, the largest early Christian church found on the Balkans, have uncovered a fragmen ...
September marks the closing phase of Bulgaria’s annual archaeology season, but the month did not disappoint as digs exposed a Roman-era public building in Sofia, a 3300-year-old home in ancient […]
Bulgarian archaeologists excavating the site of the Great Basilica in Plovdiv have found the remains of what is believed to have been a prominent Christian cleric. The Great Basilica is […]
August is traditionally a peak month for archaeological work in Bulgaria, and in 2016, the month has yielded a wealth of finds, from what is claimed to be the oldest […]
Digs at the ruins at cape Kaliakra on Bulgaria’s northern Black Sea coast have unearthed a gold coin dating to the early 14th century, public broadcaster Bulgarian National Television (BNT) […]
Bulgaria’s Cabinet has authorised the research vessel Stril Explorer to enter the country’s waters to participate in the three-year Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project, which began in 2015. The Stril […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has promised that his government will provide further funds for the restoration of the Great Basilica in Pliska, the ninth-century church built by Bulgarian ruler […]