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The Gluhite Kamani Complex, a Thracian Sanctuary Carved into the Rock

Located in the heights of the Eastern Rhodope Mountains, Gluhite Kamani is one of Bulgaria’s most impressive and mysterious archaeological sites. Used as a sanctuary by the Thracian tribes, recent research has found evidence of its use from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages. The Gluhite Kamani complex, which means “Silent Stones” in Bulgarian, consists […]

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Medallion of Emperor Caracalla Minted in Pergamon and Other Objects Found in Roman Tombs in Bulgaria

The Regional Museum of History in Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, recently showcased valuable discoveries from Roman tombs excavated last December near the village of Nová Vrbóvka in the Strázhishe region to the media. The funerary objects – jewelry, coins, and vessels – found date back to the first half of the 3rd century AD. They originate […]