Arheologia (Sofia) [ Брой: 2009, 3-4 ]
Dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Prof. Ivan Jordanov
Dimitar Ovcharov. Arheologia Journal: the voice of Bulgarian Archaeology (on the occasion of its 50th anniversary)
Evgenia Gencheva. Roman openwork belt fittings from Bulgaria
Ventzislav Dintchev. The Antique urban square complexes and their fate during the late Antiquity: Oescus
Boris Borissov. Chronology and periodization of the antique and early Byzantine settlement at Karanovo, Nova Zagora district
Evgeni Dermendjiev. The North Tower of the medieval fortress on the Trapezitsa Hill in Veliko Tarnovo
Plamen Karailiev. The military building by the North Gate of the Trapezitsa Fortress in Veliko Tarnovo
Konstantin Totev. A newly discovered church (No 19) in the medieval town of Trapezitsa
Georgi Atanasov. Coins, mints and monetary circulation in the Dobruja despotate in the second half of the fourteenth century AD. The emergence and distribution of Serbian and Bosnian stivers
Chavdar Nachev. Lithic sources of the flint tools from Tell Kazanlak: a sedimentological examination
Mario Ivanov. The ring of Amantus: signum beneficiarii consularis?
Pavel Georgiev. The tenth-century molybdobulls of the Bulgarian princes
Kostadin Rabadzhiev. Vagalinski, L. F., Blood and Entertainments. Sports and Gladiatorial Games in Hellenistic and Roman Thrace. Sofia, 2009
Tsvetelin Stepanov. Rashev, Rasho. The Bulgarian pagan culture VII-IX AD. Sofia, 2008, 598 p.
Konstantin Totev. Dolmova-Lukanovska, M. Trapezitsa in the Light of the Archaeological Excavations. V. Tarnovo, 2008, 190 p.
Vladimir Slavchev. Humboldt conference „Der Schwarzmeerraum vom Äneolithikum bis in die Früheisenzeit (5000-500 v. Chr.)”, 4-8 October 2009, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova
Petar Zidarov. International Humboldt conference „Interdisciplinary Studies on Balkan Cultural Heritage”, 19-22 November 2009, Sofia
Bisserka Gaydarska. The 15th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, 15-20 September 2009, Riva del Garda, Italy
Krastina Panayotova. Apollonia Pontica: a century of archaeological research
Scientific publications of the specialists from the National Institute of Archaeology and Museum –
Maria Uzunova. Defended dissertations