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Excavation

  • St. Athanasius Fortress
  • Byala
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  • Bulgaria
  • Varna
  • Byala

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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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    • EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) The fortress covered an area of 4 ha and closed the cape. Parts of the fortification wall were explored. It was built of stones bonded with mortar and was 1.80 m wide. Its f... Read More
    • EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) Twenty four ritual pits were explored under the church, containing fragmentary amphorae from the 6th to 3rd centuries BC (from Lesbos, Klazomenai, Chios, Heraclea Pontica, T... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) A building was discovered to the south of the basilica and judging from its location in the architectural complex and the finds discovered, it was probably th... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) A building of the 6th – beginning of the 7th centuries AD was explored. It was a house and ergasterion and had two rooms adjoining the fortification wall. Jud... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) During the 6th century BC – 1st century AD a temple existed on the site and more than 70 Thracian ritual pits were explored. A sanctuary of Heracles of the 2n... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) Buildings Nos. 6, 7 and 8 were discovered to the south of the Early Christian basilica in Sector LXIII. A well was explored to the northwest of Building No. 8... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) The explorations continued in Sector LXIII to the south of the basilica. The excavation of Buildings Nos. 7 and 8 continued in the upper stratum of the end of... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) The explorations continued to the east of the street dated to the second half of the 6th – beginning of the 7th centuries AD and situated to the south of the ... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) The excavations continued in sectors LXXIII and LXXIV. In Trench LXXIII-1, the extension of the earlier wall was discovered at c. 2 m beneath the walls of the... Read More
    • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS NEAR BYALA (Valeri Yotov – valeri.yotov@gmail.com, Alexander Minchev) Building No. 15 and the street of the 6th century AD that separated it from Building No. 16 were entirely excavated. The street was 1.80 – 1.90 m wide paved w... Read More
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