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  • Archaeologists Discover Ancient Greek Homes, Artifacts in Old Town of Bulgaria’s Sozopol

    on Jul 15, 15 • in Ancient Greece, Anthropology, Antiquty, Art, Bulgaria, Classical period, Excavation, Hellenistic period, History, News • with Comments Off on Archaeologists Discover Ancient Greek Homes, Artifacts in Old Town of Bulgaria’s Sozopol

    Ancient Greek homes from the Classical Age and the Hellenistic Age as well as more artifacts such as coins and pottery have been discovered by archaeologists excavating a municipally-owned property in the Old Town in Bulgaria’s Black Sea resort Sozopol, once the Ancient Greek colony of Apollonia Pontica. The discoveries have been made on the spot of an old home in Sozopol’s Old Town, one of several houses that perished in fires in the last few years. The old house in question had been the property of Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency until a few years

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  • Settlements, culture and population dynamics in Balkan prehistory – Abstracts of the oral and poster presentations

    on Mar 8, 15 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Bioarchaeology, Conference, Education, Lecturing, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, UNESCO • with Comments Off on Settlements, culture and population dynamics in Balkan prehistory – Abstracts of the oral and poster presentations

    HAEMUS on partnership with City museum of Skopje, EXARC and EU Infocentre is organizing the Balkan Prehistoric conference 2015 entitled “Settlements, culture and population dynamics in Balkan prehistory”, in Skopje, 13-14. March 2015. FULL PROGRAMME Official web site: http://balkanprehistory2015.com/ 12.03.2015 – 19:00 – PUBLIC LECTURES – City Museum of Skopje Dragoş Gheorghiu and team (Doctoral studies, National University of Arts, Bucharest) The Time Maps Project (www.timemaps.net) Ljubo Fidanoski (City Museum of Skopje) It’s a bird… It’s a pot… It’s an askos: One specific vessel type from the Balkan Neolithic 13.03.2015 – EU Infocenter  09:00-15:00 – REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS 09:30-10:00 – OPENING CEREMONY 10:00-10:15 – Coffee Break 10:15-17:55

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  • Book: Cerje – Govrlevo and Miloš Bilbija

    on Feb 21, 15 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Book, News, Republic of Macedonia • with Comments Off on Book: Cerje – Govrlevo and Miloš Bilbija

    Ljubo Fidanoski Cerje – Govrlevo and Miloš Bilbija The Balkan Peninsula has long been known for its rich history, culture and tradition. Many different cultures with different views of the world and their immediate surrounding have lived and are still living here, a state characteristic of this region even today, and will probably carry on in the future. This, above all, is owing to the good geographical position and the natural characteristics of this part of Europe. The heart of the Balkans is Macedonia, its geo-morphological characteristics and favorable relief, with numerous mountainous areas, plains, valleys,

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  • CALL FOR PAPERS: XXXVIII Annual meeting of the SAS

    on Feb 14, 15 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Conference, News, Serbia • with Comments Off on CALL FOR PAPERS: XXXVIII Annual meeting of the SAS

    CALL FOR PAPERSXXXVI Annual Meeting of the Serbian Archaeological Society4-6 June 2013Pirot, Serbia Dear colleagues, We would like to inform you that the 38th Annual meeting and the Assembly of Serbian Archaeological Society will take place in Pirot, 4 – 6th June 2015. During the Conference the exhibition “Bulgarian archaeology – the Past and Present” will be presented and the block of presentations on new developments of the Bulgarian archaeology. The third day of the Conference is reserved for the one-day excursion to Sofia. We are therefore suggesting all colleagues who will participate the conference to

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  • International Archaeology Day 2014 – Republic of Macedonia (video)

    on Feb 3, 15 • in Anthropology, Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Culture, Lecturing, News, Our Activity, Republic of Macedonia, UNESCO • with Comments Off on International Archaeology Day 2014 – Republic of Macedonia (video)

    To celebrate the International Day of Archaeology 2014, the Center for Scientific Research and Promotion of Culture “HAEMUS” – Skopje organized a series of lectures in the field of archaeology starting at 19:00, on December 23, 2014 (Tuesday), at the Museum of Macedonian Struggle. The event was of promotional character and is organized in collaboration with the Archaeological Institute of America. Its primary goal was to popularize Macedonian archaeology and cultural heritage in general. The International Day of Archaeology is a world event that celebrates archaeology and raises awareness of archaeology as a science, at the

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  • Remains of 5 people found in Amphipolis tomb

    on Jan 20, 15 • in Ancient Greece, Anthropology, Antiquty, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Bones, Excavation, Greece, News • with Comments Off on Remains of 5 people found in Amphipolis tomb

    The Greek Ministry of Culture has announced the long-awaited results of the analysis on the bones found inside the 4th century BC tomb uncovered in Amphipolis in northern Greece, and the news is quite unexpected – the bones belong to not one, but five individuals, pointing to the likelihood that it is a family tomb. The tomb is located within Kasta Hill in what was once the ancient city of Amphipolis, conquered by Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great, in 357 BC. Experts have known about the existence of the burial mound

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