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01/2022

H 11.2 cm; D 9 cm; Weight 449 g. Silver gild. First half of 4th c. BC Photo: NAIM-BAS archive  In 2022 we celebrate 130 years since the establishment of the National Archaeological Museum. Among the exhibits, part of the first exposition of the Museum, are the...
11/2021

Sandal-shaped plate  Silver, gilding  Trebenishte necropolis, Ohrid region  Grave 7  End of 6th c. BC  The excavations of the necropolis near Trebenishte, Ohrid region, began with an accidental find during...
10/2021

Provadia-Solnitsata tell Late Neolithic, 5400 – 5200 BC, Karanovo III-IV culture NAIM-BAS  The collective find of sickles was discovered during the excavations of a two-storey Late Neolithic dwelling in the prehistoric salt mining centre Provadia-Solnitsa....
09/2021

The terracotta represents a horse with a four-wheeled cart and a seated human figure. Made in a mould, with the details added afterwards by hand. The terracotta is of purified clay, with an even ocher colour. It originates from the region of Suhindol town, Veliko Tarnovo...
08/2021

A small clay head from an anthropomorphic figure is exhibited in the Prehistory Hall of the National Archaeological Museum. It is dated to the 5 th millennium BC (Chalcolithic period) and was discovered in Tatar kioi locality near Galabets village,...
05/2021

Epithaph Veliki Preslav, Selishte locality, near the northern foundations of a monastery church Middle – third quarter of 10th c. Limestone, 1.02 х 0.55 х 0.10 m In 1952, at the eastern end of the Selishte locality, S. Stanchev (Vaklinov) and V. Ivanova-Mavrodinova...