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Bulgaria: Archaeological Excavations of a Medieval Monastery in Ahtopol

For the third year in a row, a team of the National History Museum, under the leadership of the director of the museum - Associate Professor Bonni Petrunova, started the archaeological research of the medieval monastery "St. John Prodromos", Ahtopol

Society » Archaeology | September 28, 2022, Wednesday // 16:49 | Viewed: 1715

Bulgarians and Brits Save Remains of a Roman Fortress after Raids from Treasure-Hunters

Archaeologists from the Ruse Historical Museum have established treasure-hunters raids during their field studies of the Roman fortress Trimammium

Society » Archaeology | July 24, 2022, Sunday // 12:09 | Viewed: 3721

Bulgarian Archaeologists Unearth Unique City of Dead at Perpericon

A city of the dead was discovered by archaeologists in the ancient settlement of Perperikon in the Eastern Rhodopes, BNR correspondent Valya Apostolova reported from Kardzhali.

Society » Archaeology | October 1, 2021, Friday // 16:42 | Viewed: 4069

Historical Discovery: America was Reached by Humans 7,000 years ago

Humans reached America 7,000 years earlier than previously thought. Until now, it was thought that the first settlers arrived about 16,000 years ago.

Society » Archaeology | September 24, 2021, Friday // 10:44 | Viewed: 3028

First Farmers of Europe Found in the Balkans Date to 5th Millennium BC

A research team from the University of Bern has managed to precisely date pile dwellings on the banks of Lake Ohrid in the south-western Balkans for the first time: they came into being in the middle of the 5th millennium BC. The region around the oldest

Society » Archaeology | September 2, 2021, Thursday // 14:29 | Viewed: 6878

New Archeological Findings at Bulgaria’s Perperikon

A stone bath for newborn babies from the 6th century and a second mausoleum-rotunda are the latest unique finds of Perperikon, announced Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov.

Society » Archaeology | August 19, 2021, Thursday // 10:05 | Viewed: 3630

Ancient City over 3,000 Years Old Discovered in Egypt

A city that has been lost in sands and was founded more than 3,400 years ago has been unearthed in Luxor, south Egypt, Zahi Hawass, head of the Egyptian archeological mission that is responsible for the discovery, said Thursday, Al Balad newspaper reports

Society » Archaeology | April 9, 2021, Friday // 11:57 | Viewed: 4416

Bulgarian Archaeologists Unearth Another Medieval Settlement

Archeology in Bulgaria reports that an unidentified medieval settlement has been discovered in northwestern Bulgaria by a team of researchers, led by Elena Vasileva of Bulgaria’s National Archaeological Institute with Museum, who were investigating the pa

Society » Archaeology | December 23, 2020, Wednesday // 15:27 | Viewed: 9319

Fossil Experts: Early People Hibernated to Survive Harsh Winters

Bears do it.

Society » Archaeology | December 21, 2020, Monday // 11:26 | Viewed: 4448

Bulgaria: Remarkable Roman Villa Discovered Near Dolna Kremena Village

Excavations of the Roman villa near the village of Dolna Kremena (Mezdra region) began in 1972, as a statue with two faces (the so-called Hermi– after the god Hermes) was discovered here.

Society » Archaeology | December 15, 2020, Tuesday // 11:51 | Viewed: 8118

Roman Furnace Almost 1,500 Years Old Unearthed in Bulgaria

 

Society » Archaeology | December 4, 2020, Friday // 16:53 | Viewed: 13605

Turkey: Mosaic Mural Featuring Mysterious Lady Resembles Leonardo da Vinci’s Masterpiece

Archaeologists unearthed a piece of ancient mosaic wall art featuring a female figure during the excavations in the southern Turkish province of Osmaniye, Hurriyet newspaper reports quoted by NOVA.

Society » Archaeology | November 14, 2020, Saturday // 12:27 | Viewed: 4856

Turkey to Turn the Byzantine Monastery of Chora Into a Mosque, Greece Reacts

Greece’s Foreign Ministry on Friday spoke out very strongly against Turkey’s decision to turn the Byzantine monastery of Chora into a mosque, saying it was “another provocation against  religious people everywhere in the world and of the international com

Society » Archaeology | August 21, 2020, Friday // 17:03 | Viewed: 5030

A Huge Neolithic Circle of Shafts Found Near Stonehenge

A circle of deep shafts has been discovered near the world heritage site of Stonehenge, to the astonishment of archaeologists, who have described it as the largest prehistoric structure ever found in Britain.

Society » Archaeology | June 22, 2020, Monday // 18:48 | Viewed: 4733

Archaeologist Arrested for Faking Staggering Discoveries

A Spanish archaeologist whose staggering discoveries included one of the earliest representations of the crucifixion and proof that the written Basque language was centuries older than previously thought has been found guilty of faking the finds.

Society » Archaeology | June 13, 2020, Saturday // 22:06 | Viewed: 5991

The Oldest Homo Sapiens In Europe Found in a Bulgarian Cave

Fossils found in a Bulgarian cave show that Homo sapiens may have swept into Europe 46,000 years ago.

Society » Archaeology | May 12, 2020, Tuesday // 23:40 | Viewed: 8100

Scientists Have Discovered a New Kind of Dinosaur

The team of Juan Pablo Suarez from the University of Ecuador in Loja has announced that he has discovered a new type of dinosaur that has never been described before, France Press reported.

Society » Archaeology | December 9, 2019, Monday // 13:20 | Viewed: 6109

Scientists Found Fossils of Flying Dinosaurs

Scientists have identified a new species of flying dinosaurs after analyzing fossils found in a limestone quarry in Lebanon, the Daily Mail reported.

Society » Archaeology | December 5, 2019, Thursday // 15:26 | Viewed: 6162

Archeologists Discovered Three 3500-Year-Old Wooden Colourful Coffins in Egypt

Archeologists have discovered three 3500-year-old wooden coffins, in the southern Egyptian city of Luxor, DPA reported.

Society » Archaeology | November 28, 2019, Thursday // 09:44 | Viewed: 7109

Scientists Have Discovered Prehistoric Mammoth Traps in Mexico (PHOTO)

Mexican anthropologists have announced that they have discovered human-built pits dug 15,000 years ago to trap mammoth, believed to have been the first find of mammoth traps set by humans, according to ABC.

Society » Archaeology | November 7, 2019, Thursday // 12:35 | Viewed: 5026

20 Ancient Coffins Found in Egypt

The Egyptian Ministry of Cultural Affairs has announced that archaeologists have encountered at least 20 ancient wooden coffins in Assasif district on the west bank of the Nile River in Luxor, Egypt, the Associated Press reported.

Society » Archaeology | October 16, 2019, Wednesday // 13:32 | Viewed: 4353
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