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The current bilingual catalogue (in Bulgarian and English) showcases 31 artifacts found during archaeological excavations and field schools supported by the Balkan Heritage Foundation in collaboration with the Archaeological Museum “Prof. Mieczysław Domaradzki’’ and the Varna Regional Museum of History. All of these finds were conserved/restored thanks to the donation campaign of the Balkan Heritage Foundation supported by Atos Bulgaria Competency Center and their staff, as well as Kristy-Lee Seaton, Zachary Boettcher and Ivaylo Kyuchukov.
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This book sheds light on the history, architecture, wall paintings and various ecclesiastical artifacts of the 17th century church "St. Theodore Tyro" in the village of Zimevitsa near Sofia, Bulgaria. The data was collected during the ‘Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches in the period 2010-2016 by the Balkan Heritage Foundation. This Bulgarian edition is the first of the series: "Balkan Heritage Studies" and includes 194 illustrations (photographs and plans).
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This English publication presents 21 examples of the results of the Balkan Heritage project "Workshop for Conservation of Roman and Late Roman Pottery from Stobi" conducted in collaboration with NI Stobi. It contains descriptions of techniques and methods of conservation and restoration, applied during the first 5 years of the Workshop, introductions to the archaeological and historical context of the restored artifacts, as well as a catalogue of 21 vessels with brief information, photographs and technical drawings.