Ancient Bulgarian Capital Reveals Stone Head
Archeologist have said that the authenticity of the piece could not be confirmed yet.
There is a possibility that the stone head was actually made in recent years and placed in Pliska for archaeologists to find, experts say.
If it proves to be a genuine, the object could help learn much more about the art of the Old Bulgarians, which remains a mystery to a great extend, Valeri Grigorov at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences has told Darik Nerws.
Pliska was the first Capital (after 681-893) of the First Bulgarian Kingdom. The site is located in northeast Bulgaria, near Shumen.
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