The place of origin of the Ancient Bulgarians is most likely Eastern Iran, a group of anthropologists and scientists have claimed after an exploratory trip to the Persian lands.
Bulgaria's newest archaeological complex consisting of a tomb of an Ancient Thrace aristocrat and displaying a uniquely preserved Thracian chariot has been opened in the village of Karanovo Saturday.
A large ancient building located under the St. Nedelya Cathedral in downtown Sofia might turn out to be a palace of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, according to Bulgarian archaeologists.
A Bulgaria expedition, the fist of a kind, has left for Iran to search for proof for the Iranian origin of Bulgarians.
Bulgarian police have captured a number of invaluable archaeological finds in a police operation in Sofia and the eastern town of Stara Zagora.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia needs about BGN 20 M in order to excavate and restore the archaeology complex of ancient and medieval Serdika.
Specialists from the Yambol History Museum have prevented the destruction of a valuable archaeological site during road construction in Southeastern Bulgaria.
An archaeological complex on several levels will be set up in the very downtown of the Bulgarian capital Sofia.
The construction of the second metro line in the Bulgarian capital Sofia has been stopped over the discovery of a unique archaeology site.
A commission of archaeologists and architects is set on securing a National Monument status for the temple of Greek goddess Cybele in Bulgaria's Balchik.
One of Bulgaria's top Ancient Thrace sites, the Starosel Tomb, has been dated to the 4th century BC after years of research.
The ancient Roman Stadium in the heart of the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv is to be restored in an archaeological project launched on Thursday.
A gold treasure, discovered by accident in the distant 1961 in the village of Rezhantsi, near the Western city of Pernik is on display at the National History Museum (NIM) in Sofia.
Prominent Bulgarian archeologist, Nikolay Ovcharvov, presented Tuesday, in the city of Veliko Tarnovo, 35 new unique finds from the medieval monastery "Sts Peter and Pavel.
Bulgaria marked Tuesday, December 8, 2009, 60 years since the discovery of its most famous archaeological treasure from Ancient Thrace - the so called Panagyurishte Gold Treasure.
Leading Bulgarian archaeologist Nikolay Ovcharov has presented a project for recreating the palace of the greatest Bulgarian medieval Tsar.
One of the oldest gold treasures in the world, unearthed at the Varna Necropolis on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, is attracting enormous attention at a New York exhibition.
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