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Tell Yunatsite is one of the most famous and continuously excavated prehistoric sites in Bulgaria. The book covers the history of research until 2000 which was focused on the Bronze Age layers and later periods. The focus of this publication is on the work of the two authors during the last 20 years in the Chalcolithic layers of the settlement. During those more recent excavations it was discovered that in the 5th millennium BCE the mound was only the topmost fortified part of a large settlement.
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The current publication presents twelve examples of ancient and contemporary mosaic art in the city of Plovdiv. The mosaics are part of the “Mosaic tour of Plovdiv” that was created in 2021 by the Balkan Heritage Foundation with the financial support of the Municipality of Plovdiv. The tour is the first of its kind to have been created by the Balkan Heritage Foundation in Bulgaria and aims to bring mosaic artistic heritage to a wider audience.
https://balkanheritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Stobi_cover_EN.jpg 600 746 Eddy https://balkanheritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/BH_logo_web.png Eddy2022-06-17 18:09:042023-08-23 16:08:57Master Conservation Plan For The Archaeological Site of Stobi, R. of North Macedonia | 2021
“Master Conservation Plan for the Archaeological Site of Stobi” is a strategic document aimed at providing guidance and recommendations for better protection and presentation of the diverse cultural heritage of the site, as well as guidelines for its sustainable development by improving the management and fundraising capacities of NI Stobi. The development of the plan involved numerous experts from North Macedonia, Bulgaria, UK, Italy, the USA, Greece and Canada. It is the first document of its kind in the Republic of North Macedonia and an excellent basis for creating similar plans for other archaeological sites in the country and the wider region.