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  • Kabiyuk Fortification - Temple
  • Konyovets
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  • Bulgaria
  • Shumen

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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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Season

    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR THE VILLAGE OF KONYOVETS (Rasho Rashev, Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) During clandestine excavations, remains of stone building were discovered in the southwestern quarter of the Early Medi... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN KABIYUK (Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) The earthen fortification was situated at c. 15 km from the capital Pliska and was the second largest fortification of the First Bulgarian Kingdom with ... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN KABIYUK (Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) A row of pits for timber columns, situated aside from the proto-Bulgarian pagan temple, was documented. The pits for timber columns Nos. 5, 6 and 16 wer... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN KABIYUK (Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) A layer of debris up to 50 cm thick, containing stones, mortar and fragmentary building ceramics that originated from the destroyed proto-Bulgarian paga... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN KABIYUK (Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) The earthen fortification covered an area of 530 ha and was located at c. 15 km to the southwest from Pliska, the capital of the First Bulgarian Kingdom... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN KABIYUK (Stanislav Ivanov – stanislavivanovarh@gmail.com, Tihomir Tihov) The postholes of wooden columns that belonged to the earlier timber building, 18.50 m by 10 m in size, were explored. The timber building preceded the p... Read More

FOLD&R

    • Andrea Ceccarelli , Alessio De Cristofaro, Gerardo Fratianni. 2019. Sulla via Cornelia (I). Strada, cave e sepolture in via Gino Frontali. FOLD&R Italy: 455.
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  • 1100 AD

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