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  • Sexaginta Prista
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  • Sexaginta Prista

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    • The Italian Database is the result of a collaboration between:

      MIBAC (Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali - Direzione Generale per i Beni Archeologici),

      ICCD (Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione) and

      AIAC (Associazione Internazionale di Archeologia Classica).

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      • EXPLORATIONS IN SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) More than 30 ritual pits from the end of the 3rd to the beginning of the 1st centuries BC were excavated. They have beehive, conical, hemispherical and bell-like sh... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) Nine ritual pits and two quadrangular constructions of the 1st century BC – 1st century AD were explored. The pits are beehive, hemispherical and with the shape of a truncated cone... Read More
      • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) Twenty-two ritual pits, 1.50 – 2.40 m in depth and 1.10 – 2.30 m in diameter, were registered. They contained animal bones, small pieces of charcoal,... Read More
      • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) Thirty-two Thracian ritual pits were explored. Six clay and two stone platforms were documented. The pits were 1.10 – 3.60 m deep and 0.60 – 4.50 m i... Read More
      • ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) Ten Thracian pits, 1.30 – 3.28 m in depth and 0.90 – 1.70 m in diameter, were explored. The pits contained fragmentary wattle-and-daub, Thracian sher... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) Trenches І’1 and І’1’ were explored. The finds included Thracian, Roman, Late Antique and Mediaeval (10th – 11th centuries) sherds and 62 coins: one of the 1st century AD, three of... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Deyan Dragoev) The strata of the Thracian and the Roman periods, the Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages were almost entirely destroyed in Sondages I – II. Thracian ritual pit No. 92 was documente... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Nikola Rusev, Deyan Dragoev) A stratum of a Thracian settlement was documented and a domestic oven, a pottery kiln and 26 pits of the 2nd century BC – 1st century AD were explored. The finds incl... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Nikola Rusev, Deyan Dragoev) A sector of the eastern fortification wall was discovered, built in opus vittatum with an emplecton of roughly-cut stones bonded with mortar, 3.30 – 3.25 m wide and... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg, Nikola Rusev, Deyan Dragoev) Two Thracian pits of the Late Hellenistic period were explored, dated by an amphora stamp and a fibula of the 2nd – 1st centuries BC. A sector of the southeastern for... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Nikola Rusev – nikola_rusev@hotmail.com, Varbin Varbanov, Deyan Dragoev) A hearth and 17 pits of the 2nd century BC – 1st century AD were explored, containing sherds, including three amphora handles with stamps, and fibulae. Two pits of t... Read More
      • SEXAGINTA PRISTA (Varbin Varbanov – ramonearhaeology@abv.bg) Trenches C and D were excavated. Twenty coins were found: two of the 2nd–1st century BC – 1st century AD, 14 of the 3rd century AD, one of the beginning of the 4th century AD, one of the 6th cent... Read More
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