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Dr. Andrey Aladzhov Chief Assistant

Address: National Institute of Archaeology with Museum - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2 Saborna St., 1000 Sofia
Phone: +359 2 929 63 71
Employment, academic and research positions
Since 2007 Chief Assistant, Dept. of Medieval Archaeology, National Institute of Archaeology with Museum-BAS

Education and additional qualification
2006
PhD, National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences; thesis: Byzantine City and Bulgarians AD 7-9 centuries (after archaeological data)
2001-2004 PhD student, Department of Medieval Archaeology, National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – BAS
2004 MA in Structural Geology at St. Kliment Ohridski University, Sofia
2000 MA in Medieval Archaeology at St. Kliment Ohridski University, Sofia

Languages
English, Spanish, Russian

Computer and technical skills
Windows, Office, Adobe, Coreldraw, Mapinfo

Research

Areas of research interest:
Continuity and discontinuity between late antique and early medieval culture in the Balkans, characteristics and development of late antique and early medieval urbanism, geological and geomorphological methods in archaeological research

Archaeological excavations and projects:
Surveys:

2011 Rakitovo municipality (Bulgaria)
2011 Burgas, Shumen municipality (Bulgaria)
2010-2011 Field survey - Archaeological map of Outer town of Pliska
2009 Silistra municipality (Bulgaria)
2004-2006 Devin municipality (Bulgaria)
2003 Kirkovo municipality (Bulgaria)
2001 Ivaylovgrad and Krumovgrad municipalities (Bulgaria)
1999-2000 Septemvri and Ivaylovgrad municipalities (Bulgaria)
1998 Septemvri, Ivaylovgrad and Madzharovo municipalities (Bulgaria)
1997 Ivaylovgrad and Madzharovo municipalities (Bulgaria)

Archaeological excavations:
1998-2011 Archaeological excavations at Early Medieval town of Pliska
2009-2011 Archaeological excavations at Medieval fortress of Rakitovo-Gradot
2001 Late Roman/Early Byzantine and Mediaeval town of Perperikon near the village of Gorna Krepost (Bulgaria)
2001 Thracian dolmen near the village of. Zhelezino (Bulgaria)
2001 Two burial mounds near the village of Kalugerovo (Bulgaria)
2000 Burial mounds and dolmens near the village of Pelevun (Bulgaria)
1999 Thracian dolmen near the village of Pelevun (Bulgaria)
1999 Burial mound near the village of Zhelezino (Bulgaria)
1999 Thracian ritual assemblage near the village of D. Glavanak (Bulgaria)
1998-2010 Archaeological excavations at Pliska
1998 Septemvri, Ivaylovgrad and Madzharovo municipalities (Bulgaria); summer university Orheiul Vechi, Moldova
1997-2001 Field survey – Archaeological map of Bulgaria

Selected bibliography:
Books
Византийският град и българите VІІ-ІХ век (по археологически данни). София, 2010 г.

Articles
The Byzantine Empire and the establishment of the Early Medieval city in Bulgaria. -In: F. Daim, J. Drauschke (Hrsg.). Byzanz - Das Romerreich im Mittelalter, Teil 3, Mainz 2010, 113-158.

Новооткрити печати от Плиска. -В: EURIKA. In honorem Ludmilae Donchevae-Petkovae. София, 2009. (съвместно с В. Григоров)

Коланни апликации и накрайници от обект в реперен квадрат  В-11 във Вътрешния град на Плиска. -В: LAUREA. In honorem Margaritae Vaklinova, кн. 1, София, 2009. (съвместно с В. Григоров)

Final stage in the development of the early byzantine towns of the lower Danube. – Der Donaulimes in der Spatantike und im Fruhmittelalter. (in print)

Християнски влияния в градоустройството на първата българска столица. – Сборник в памет на 1100 години от смъртта на княз Борис І. Шумен, 2009.

Нови находища на халуазитови глини в местността Куза, с. Кралево, Хасковско. – В: 60 години специалност геология. Юбилеен сборник. София, 2008. (съвместно с Т. Аладжов)

Повече от 100 най-известни археологически паметника. София, 2007 (второ допълнено издание), (съвместно със С. Станилов, Б. Петрунова)

Византийският град и българите на Кримския полуостров – В: Проблеми на прабългарската история и култура. т. ІV. Варна, 2008.

Pots from Early Medieval pagan necropolises within the territory of Varna region. – Archaeologia Iuventa, I, 2003.

Origin of the so called “Pastyrska Pottery” from Varna Necropolis – В: Археологiя та етнологiя Схидної Эвропи: матерiали I дослiдження. Одеса, 2002.

Культурные контакты праболгаров на Кавказе и Северном Причерноморье – В: Етнiчна Iсторiя народiв Европи. Киев, 1999.

Editorial boards membership
2009-2010 Editor of LAUREA. In honorem Margarita Vaklinovae
Since 2007 Editor of Archaeological discoveries and excavations
Since 2006 Editor of Tributes to Bulgarian medieval archaeology

 



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