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29.10.2012

In 2012 the National Museum of Archaeology celebrates 120 years of its foundation. The Museum was created to discover, collect and preserve the archaeological sites and artifacts and thus to support the study of the past of the Bulgarian territories and nation. The National...
11.10.2012

On October 11th 2012 at 16:00  Ass. Prof. D-r Krum Bachvarov will present his academic lecture on The (Un)born baby: Prehistoric tradition of burying in a ceramic container . The lecture will take place in the board room of the National Institute of Archaeology with...
10.10.2012

On October 9th 2012 Ass. Prof. Dr. Bony Petrunova, NIAM-BAS, presented her new book The Wealth of Kaliakra. Discoveries. Finds. Hypotheses . The work is on the history of the archaeological research of the fortress of Kaliakra and the results of the new excavations led by Dr....
03.10.2012

From the 6th to 11th September this year was held the XXII International Limes Congress, hosted for the first time in Bulgaria. The scholarly sessions were organized in the completely renovated Profitable House "Dohodno zdanie" in the city of Ruse. The Congress was attended by...
25.09.2012

Under the title The World of the Celts. Centres of Power – Treasures of Art , Baden-Württemberg State Museum of Archaeology and Württemberg State Museum (Landesmuseum Württemberg) in the German province of Baden-Württemberg present an extraordinary...
14.09.2012

In September 2012 the Royal Academy of Arts in London opened an exhibition showing the most outstanding bronze works of all time. It covers a remarkable historical, geographical and style scope – 5000 years of work in Asia, Africa and Europe. Some of the pieces come among the...
06.09.2012

The XXII International Limes Congress is opened in the town of Ruse (the Roman town of Sexaginta Prista ). Its work proceeds from 6th to 11th September in the beautiful newly restored building of the Dohodno Zdanie in downtown of Ruse. More than 300 archaeologists from around...


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