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  • Serdica - Amphitheater
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  • Serdica, Sredets
  • Bulgaria
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  • The Bulgarian Database is the result of a collaboration between:

    the Department of Archaeology, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski and

    AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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    • Roman Period
    • Late Antiquity
    • Early Medieval
    • Early Medieval
    • Late Medieval
    • Ottoman Period


    • AMPHITHEATRUM SERDICAENSE (Zharin Velichkov – About one quarter of the cavea was discovered. The foundations of two curved parallel walls were explored. One of them is part of the façade; the other belongs to the arena. Three radial walls fo... Read More
    • AMPHITHEATRUM SERDICAENSE (Zharin Velichkov – Strata of the 2nd – 3rd centuries AD were explored. Fragments of pottery, terracotta lamps, glass vessels, marble tiling, red and brown plasters, beads and slag were found. A marble statuette of ... Read More
    • AMPHITHEATRUM SERDICAENSE (Zharin Velichkov – Layers of the 2nd – 3rd centuries AD were explored outside the area of the amphitheatre. They are not related to specific structures but testify to the occupation that preceded the construction o... Read More
    • AMPHITHEATRUM SERDICAENSE (Zharin Velichkov – Embankments from the Roman period were discovered to the north of the amphitheater of Serdica, close to Via Diagonalis from Serdica to Philippopolis. The embankments contained c. 620 coins, a gol... Read More
    • SERDICA (Zharin Velichkov – Strata of the 3rd – 6th centuries AD were explored in the northern half of the site, close to Via Diagonalis that run from Serdica to Philippopolis. The finds included c. 620 coins, jewelry (a gold earring, a smal... Read More
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  • 100 AD
  • 600 AD
  • 980 AD
  • 1150 AD
  • 1400 AD
  • 1800 AD


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