All posts tagged archaeology

NIM electrum coin
September 9, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

A diver has found what is believed to be the oldest gold coin ever discovered in Bulgaria, Bulgarian news agency BTA reported on September 9. The coin was found in […]


Archaeology: 9th century Baths found at Bulgaria’s Pliska

September 9, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

Archaeologists working at the site of Pliska, once the capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom, have uncovered a luxurious royal baths that they believ ...

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Archaeology: 2014 finds in Bulgaria include Roman statues, pottery workshop, child’s toy

September 4, 2014, by The Sofia Globe staff

With the final tally yet to be made, the 2014 summer archaeology season in Bulgaria has uncovered a number of fascinating finds, ranging from remnants ...

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Impressive new findings inside Amphipolis tomb in Greece

August 27, 2014, by Independent Balkan News Agency

Impressive are the new findings revealed from the excavations in the tomb of Kasta, in Amphipolis, by the KH Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Ant ...

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    Global interest for Hellenistic-era tomb in Amphipolis
    August 19, 2014, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    The major archaeological discovery of a Hellenistic-era tomb in Amphipolis, in the district of Serres in northern Greece, has attracted global interest, with more details awaited in the coming days […]

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    Archaeology: Ancient human burials discovered in Cyprus
    August 17, 2014, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Archaelogists believe that they discovered what could be the earliest documented formal human burials found in Cyprus to date. The human burials dated to 7800 BCE were found in Kretou […]