The catalogue of the international exhibition "Leaving a Mark on History. Treasures from Greek Museums" has been released. The exhibition is organized in collaboration between the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, the National...
The 7th volume of the “Preslav” collection is issued by the National Archaeological Institute with Museum – Branch Shumen with the help of Veliki Preslav municipality. The editor of the volume is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stoycho Bonev affiliated with NIAM-BAS, Branch...
The National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences takes a great pleasure to present an international exhibition which has been realized within fruitful collaboration with the National Archaeological Museum, Athena and Numismatic Museum,...
Dear visitors, The National Archaeological Museum will be closed from November 3 until November 6, 2013. It will open again on the 7th November 2013!
To see the list of the new books in the Library of NIAM-BAS received in September 2013 click here .
To see the list of the new books in the Library of NIAM-BAS received in July – August 2013 click here .
The National Institute of Archaeology with Museum of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences invites you to a few lectures of Dr. Sara Cura, archaeologist at the Quaternary and Prehistory Lab, Museum of prehistoric art , Mação, Portugal. The lectures are organized within...
Second European Conference on Conservation of the Natural and Cultural Heritage for Achieving a Stable Development: a GIS-Based Approach
The Society for Conservation Geographic Information System (SCGIS), Chapter Bulgaria in cooperation with the Institute for Space Research and Technologies of BAS , ESRI Bulgaria and the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum of BAS are pleased to invite...
The American Research Center in Sofia , the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the Museum of History in Petrich invite you to the conference Heraclea Sintica: from Hellenistic polis to Roman civitas (4th c. BC-6th c. AD)...