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An Ancient Port City was Found near Naples (Video)

During a presentation conducted last week, archaeologists announced that they may have discovered what is the original port of Naples, with its structure dating back to 25 centuries ago.

Society » Archaeology | March 19, 2018, Monday // 13:31 | Viewed: 1267

Archaeologists Found the Oldest Gun in the World (Video)

During the archaeological excavations in Canna Creek in Colorado, scientists have come across parts of a 16th-century Spanish gun, the oldest in the world, the Fox News television channel reported.

Society » Archaeology | March 15, 2018, Thursday // 10:20 | Viewed: 2394

Archaeologists Investigate Roman Reservoir in Bulgaria

Archaeology in Bulgaria reports that a team of researchers led by archaeologist Kalin Chakarov of the Pavlikeni Museum of History has investigated a water catchment reservoir at a spring inside Musina Cave, a water source that supplied the ancient city of

Society » Archaeology | March 12, 2018, Monday // 10:05 | Viewed: 1200

Bulgarian Scientists have Discovered Antarctica Plants from the Ancient Continent of Gondwana

A Bulgarian team of geologists found Antarctica fossils of plants from the "youth" of our planet - proof that the white continent was once green.

Society » Archaeology | February 27, 2018, Tuesday // 13:02 | Viewed: 2900

The Ancient Egypt Museum in Cairo Shows the "Screaming Mummy"

The "screaming mummy" is displayed at the Ancient Egypt Museum in Cairo.

Society » Archaeology | February 19, 2018, Monday // 12:25 | Viewed: 2123

A Tile with the Oldest Script in the World is Found Near Nova Zagora

A valuable well-preserved ceramic tile dating back to the sixth millennium before the New Age was discovered by Sliven archaeologists near Nova Zagora.

Society » Archaeology | February 14, 2018, Wednesday // 17:12 | Viewed: 17991

Archaeologists have Discovered Ancient Facilities for Beer and Bread Production

Archaeologists have discovered ancient beer and bread facilities located 600 km south of Cairo, the BNR said, citing Scientm.

Society » Archaeology | February 13, 2018, Tuesday // 10:44 | Viewed: 3164

Israeli Archaeologists have Discovered a 1800 Years Old Mosaic

A 1800-year-old mosaic depicting a man with a toga was discovered by archaeologists in Caesarea in Israel, Reuters reported.

Society » Archaeology | February 9, 2018, Friday // 13:11 | Viewed: 2113

Historical Mosques in Bulgaria Awaiting Restoration

A total of 27 Ottoman-era mosques in Bulgaria are awaiting restoration, as their minarets, walls and doors have either collapsed or suffered considerable damage.

Society » Archaeology | February 8, 2018, Thursday // 11:40 | Viewed: 3266

Fortress Tower of Odessos Found by Chance in Bulgaria’s Varna Affirms Data about Odd Byzantine District Quaestura Exercitus

A Late Antiquity fortress wall tower from the Ancient Thracian, Greek, and Roman city of Odessos (Odessus) has been discovered by accident in the Black Sea city of Varna, with rescue archaeological excavations affirming data about the existence of Quaestu

Society » Archaeology | February 5, 2018, Monday // 19:38 | Viewed: 2698

Gold Bars and Coins from a Sunken Ship go for Sale

Gold bars and coins found in the Central American ship, which sunk in 1857, will be exhibited at the Long Beach congress center in February, after which they will be sold, the AP said, quoted by BGNES.

Society » Archaeology | January 30, 2018, Tuesday // 10:01 | Viewed: 2386

‘Salt Pit’ Prehistoric Town in Bulgaria’s Provadiya Had Oldest Stone Fortress Walls in Europe, Archaeologist Says

Some 6,700 years ago the residents of the Solnitsata (“The Salt Pit”) prehistoric town in today’s Provadiya in Northeast Bulgaria built what were Europe’s first fortress walls made of stone in order to protect their riches accumulated from the large-scale

Society » Archaeology | January 28, 2018, Sunday // 19:12 | Viewed: 6118

Antiquity, Medieval Artifacts Found by Accident Show Bulgaria’s Troyan Monastery May Be Much Older

Archaeological artifacts from the Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages have been exposed by a landslide near the Troyan Monastery meaning that Bulgaria’s third largest monastery might have been founded long before 1600, as presently thought.

Society » Archaeology | January 23, 2018, Tuesday // 19:04 | Viewed: 2433

Extinct Wild Cattle Aurochs Survived until 13th-14th Century in Bulgaria, Bones from Rusocastro Fortress Show

The aurochs, the large species of wild cattle which is the ancestor of today’s domestic cattle, survived in today’s Bulgaria well into the 13th-14th century when it was still hunted for meat, bones recently found in the large fortress Rusocastro in Southe

Society » Archaeology | January 14, 2018, Sunday // 20:58 | Viewed: 2881

Byzantine Amphora with Inscription Discovered in Roman Fortress Trimammium in Northeast Bulgaria

Part of an Early Byzantine amphora with a fully preserved inscription in Ancient Greek dedicated to Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary has been discovered during the latest excavations of the Ancient Roman, medieval Byzantine and Bulgarian fortress of Trimammiu

Society » Archaeology | January 9, 2018, Tuesday // 20:53 | Viewed: 2863

Medieval Grave Excavated in Southern Bulgaria

Archaeology in Bulgaria reports that researchers led by Maya Martinova of the Plovdiv Museum of Archaeology found an arrow in the chest area of a skeleton dating to the eleventh or twelfth century A.

Society » Archaeology | December 13, 2017, Wednesday // 11:10 | Viewed: 3929

Archaeologists Find Medieval Grave with Skeleton with Arrow in Chest in Bulgaria’s Plovdiv

A medieval grave from the 11th-12th century with an arrow in or at the chest of the buried person has been discovered by archaeologists at the start of rescue excavations at the Antiquity Odeon, an ancient performance facility, in the city of Plovdiv in S

Society » Archaeology | December 8, 2017, Friday // 22:03 | Viewed: 4217

Archaeologists May Have Discovered Ancient Thracian, Roman Town Scaptopara, Precursor of Bulgaria’s Blagoevgrad

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

Society » Archaeology | November 30, 2017, Thursday // 20:55 | Viewed: 4045

Medieval Fortress Wall, Lady’s Ring with Crystal Discovered in Rescue Digs in Bulgaria’s Asenovgrad

A fortress wall from the medieval Byzantine and Bulgarian town of Stanimachos / Stanimaka has been discovered in the southern Bulgarian town of Asenovgrad, together with luxury sgraffito ceramics and lady’s ring with a crystal.

Society » Archaeology | November 26, 2017, Sunday // 19:09 | Viewed: 4111

Early Iron Age, Late Roman Settlement with Bi-ritual Necropolis Discovered in Southwest Bulgaria

A large settlement which was inhabited during the Early Iron Age (ca.

Society » Archaeology | November 23, 2017, Thursday // 22:29 | Viewed: 5193

Archaeologists Discover Large Roman Building under Tree Where Coin Hoard Was Found in Bulgaria's Mezdra

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 at a s

Society » Archaeology | November 22, 2017, Wednesday // 19:27 | Viewed: 5144
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