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Excavation

  • Diocletianopolis - Thermae
  • Hisar
  • Diocletianopolis
  • Bulgaria
  • Plovdiv

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Credits

  • 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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Monuments

Periods

    • Roman Period
    • Late Antiquity
    • Early Medieval

Season

    • EXPLORATIONS OF THE THERMAE IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) The excavations in the thermae of Diocletianopolis, which date to the end of the 3rd and the beginning of the 4th centuries AD, continued in 2004. A ... Read More
    • EXPLORATIONS OF LATE ROMAN THERMAE IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) The exploration of room No. 01 located to the south of room No. 1 of the thermae of Diocletianopolis continued. Room No. 01 was additionally c... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) A residence, an amphitheater and thermae are situated in the central part of Diocletianopolis. The explorations of the thermae began in 1935. They co... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) An area of 120 sq. m was explored. Part of a room with two pools was discovered to the west of room No. 1. The entrance between the two rooms is vault... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) Southern room No. 1 of the thermae was explored. The floor was paved with small ashlars and had marble floor moldings and the walls were paneled with... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS IN DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) Room No. 2 in the thermae was explored. The stratum was 80 cm thick and contained building material, fragments of bricks from the vault of the ceiling... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) The explorations in room No. 2 of the thermae continued. The lowest stratum was 80 cm thick and contained bricks from the collapsed vault of the ceiling and Late Antique sherds. Th... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) Room No. 04 was thoroughly explored, situated to the west of Rooms Nos. 1 and 2, which were caldarium and tepidarium. A second northern pool, 7.55 m wide, was explored. Bricks, fra... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) Room No. 04 was a second caldarium. The stratum was 1.40 m thick, containing fragmentary bricks, mortar and Late Antique sherds. A square opening, 30 cm by 30 cm in size, was disco... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) The explorations of Room No. 05 situated to the north of the second caldarium continued. The wall between Room No. 05 and the tepidarium showed the two construction phases of the t... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) A square structure built of stones and bricks bonded with mortar was explored to the east of Room No. 1 (caldarium). The structure had a barrel-vaulted passage which accommodated t... Read More
    • DIOCLETIANOPOLIS (Mitko Madzharov – m_madjarov@abv.bg, Dimitrinka Tancheva) The antechamber, situated from the southern side of the eastern caldarium and paved with bricks, was explored. A drain was discovered, coming from the southern pool in the caldariu... Read More
  • 400 BC
  • 100 AD
  • 600 AD

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