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Arheologia (Sofia) [ Брой: 2010, 3-4 ]

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Laure Salanova, Julien Vieugue, Louise Gomart. Methods for investigations of large pottery assemblages: the Neolithic pottery from Kovachevo, near Sandanski
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Ventzislav Dintchev. The Antique urban square complexes and their fate in Late Antiquity. Serdica
24
Sergei Torbatov. Bricks and roof tiles with stamps of Legio I Italica from castellum Trimamium
41
Boyan Totev, Olga Pelevina. The finds from Velino and Zlatari and the aristocratic graves of the Danube Bulgarians
58
Metodi Daskalov, Milena Tonkova. Early Medieval collective grave with silver belt fittings from Gledachevo, near Radnevo
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Deyan Rabovyanov. The Southern Terrace of the Trapezitsa Hill. Problems of the Stratigraphy, periodisation and chronology
103
REPORTS
Mario Ivanov. The Late Antique balneum under St. George's Church in Sofia. Addenda et Corrigenda
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Konstantin Totev. An ampulla from the Holy Land found in Veliki Preslav
129
Sevdalina Neykova. Examination of wall painting fragments the Royal Palace and the Royal Church in Veliki Preslav
134
REVIEWS
Rumen Ivanov. Mitko Madzharov. Roman Roads in Bulgaria. Contribution to the Development of Roman Road System in the Provinces of Moesia and Thrace. Veliko Turnovo 2009, 343 p., 155 pl.
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NEWS
Kamen Boyadzhiev, Stanimira Taneva. "Salt is gold". The prehistoric salt-production center of Provadia-Solnitsata
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Krum Bachvarov, Margarita Lyuncheva. The International Humboldt-Kolleg Salt and Gold: the role of salt in prehistoric Europe. Provadia, 30 September – 4 October 2010
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Pavlina Ilieva. Exhibition “Alexander the Great and the Discovery of the World”
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Krassimira Karadimitrova. Exhibition "Archaeology meets the business" in Plovdiv
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The Ministry of Culture awarded Bulgarian archaeologists
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Maria Uzunova. Defended dissertations
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Bulgarian archaeology books, 2009-2010
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