Roman village discovered near Varna
Updated on: 15.06.2009, 20:02
Published on: 15.06.2009, 19:59
Village from the Roman era discovered archaeologists near Varna.
The short sample surveys in the region of Mentesheto near Varna have been concluded, informed from the Archaeological museum in Varna, informed radio Varna.
The resembling dolmen stone formation has been researched by Alexander Minchev and Teodor Rokov.
The research shows that it was created nearly 2000 ago with stone tables taken out from the existing nearby big water reservoir.
Under it however the specialists have found 3 main periods in the life of this place. The earliest is the Roman – from II –III century. The place was inhibited in the IV century and in IX – X.
Despite being short in time, the made diggings localize a village for the existence of which it was only supposed.
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