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We are therefore left with the Malak Porovetz hoard found in the Razgrad region of northeastern Bulgaria in 1995. The hoard consisted of 44 denarii of the Roman Republic, 11 imitations of the same, and a single late drachm of Apollonia in Illyria dated to ca. 50–25 BC. What is interesting about this hoard of ‘Dacian’ coins is that has distinct parallels with another hoard now in the Belgrade National Museum.

INVENTING THE PAST – The Case of Roman Republican Imitations from Thrace

The communist regimes on the Balkans may have fallen over two decades ago, but their legacy continues to echo in historical research in the region.

The ancient Roman theatre of Philippopolis in the city center of Plovdiv (ancient Philippopolis), Bulgaria. According to a builders’ inscription, discovered on the frieze-architrave of the eastern proskenion, the construction of the theatre dates back to the time of Emperor Trajan (reigned 98–117 AD).

The ancient Roman theatre of Philippopolis in the city center of Plovdiv (ancient Philippopolis), Bulgaria. the construction of the theatre dates back to the time of Emperor Trajan (reigned AD).

Dupnitsa, damage from Allied bombing , January 1944 Bulgaria

Dupnitsa, damage from Allied bombing , January 1944 Bulgaria

This is the country where I might go to!

view of Dupnitsa and Rila Mountain Bulgaria

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