Thracian Settlement in Central Bulgaria Stuns Archaeologists
The site covers an area of 25 decares and includes a fortified wall and a number of Greek utensils, which archaeologists believe were used for importing wine from the Mediterranean.
Experts describe the remains of the settlement as unique due to a 3000-year-old building with a tiled roof, decorated just like the utensils.
Excavations are currently located in the eastern part of the settlement, where the royal residency of the yet unknown king is believed to sit.
Archaeologists fear the ancient town will not be unveiled in its full dimensions as its boundaries go into private property.
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