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Dr. Margarit Damyanov Chief Assistant

Address: National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2 Saborna St., 1000 Sofia
Employment, academic and research positions
Since June 2009 Assistant Professor at Department of Thracian Archaeology, National Institute of Archaeology and Museum, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Education and additional qualification
2006 PhD, Department of Archaeology Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski
2000 MA, Department of Archaeology, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

Organizing experience
Since January 2012 Secretary of Department of Thracian Archaeology, National Institute of Archaeology and Museum

Languages
English, French, Russian

Research
Areas of research interest:
Thracian Archaeology, Ancient Greek Archaeology, Greek Colonisation in Thrace

Archaeological excavations and projects:
2010-2011 The temenos of Apollonia Pontica on the island of St. Kirik (Sozopol), team member, deputy-director
2001-2011 The necropolis of Apollonia Pontica (Sozopol), team member, deputy director

Selected bibliography:
Books
K. Panayotova, A. Baralis, M. Damyanov, A. Riapov. Apollonia du Pont (Sozopol). La nécropole de Kalfata (Ve - IIIe s. av. J.-C.). Fouilles franco-bulgares (2002-2004) (Bibliothèque d’archéologie Méditerranéene et Africaine 5), Paris, 2010.

Articles
M. Damyanov. ‘Early Hellenistic grave finds from the vicinity of Dionysopolis (on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast)’. – Archaeologia Bulgarica VII, No. 2, 2003, 25-36.

M. Damyanov. ‘Notes on the Territory of Odessos in Pre-Roman Times’. – Archaeologia Bulgarica VIII, No. 2, 2004, 47-56.

M. Damyanov. ‘On the local population around the Greek colonies in the Black Sea Area (5th-3rd centuries BC)’. – Ancient West and East 2, No 2, Brill 2003, 253-264.
 
M. Damyanov. ‘Necropoleis and Ionian colonisation in the Black Sea’. – Ancient West and East 4, No. 1, Brill 2005, 77-97.

M. Damyanov. ‘Notes on the development of Odessos and its vicinity until Early Hellenistic Times’. – Talanta, Vol. XXXVI-XXXVII, 2006, 289-308.

M. Damyanov. ‘Dionysopolis, its territory and neighbours in the pre-Roman times’. – In: D. Grammenos, D./ Petropulos, E. (eds.). Ancient Greek Colonies in the Black Sea 2, Vol. I, BAR International Series 1675 (I), Oxford, 2007, 1-36.

M. Damyanov. ‘Amphorae from a tumulus on Kolokita Promontory near Sozopol (Apollonia Pontica)’. – In: Production and Trade of Amphorae in the Black Sea, Second International Round-Table, September 2007 (in print).

M. Damyanov. ‘Greeks and natives in the region of Odessos’. – In: Treziny, H. (ed.), Grecs et indigènes de la Catalogne à la Mer Noire.  Actes  des rencontres du programme européen Ramses (Bibliothèque d’archéologie Méditerranéene et Africaine 3), Paris, 2010, 265-276.

Teaching experience
Lecture course “Archaeology of the Greek Colonisation”, Department of Archaeology, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski


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