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Bulgaria Archaeology

Bulgaria Archaeology

In the last ten years, archaeological research has brought new data to the historical knowledge of ancient Bulgaria, in some cases bringing to light finds of considerable artistic value, subject to a vast resonance. Above all, however, the scholars’ activity has turned to the collection and processing of the results of previous researches, carried out very actively during the 1970s, with the aim of providing adequate schemes for the chronological and cultural arrangement of archaeological data. The greatest efforts of…

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Bulgaria Literature

Bulgaria Literature

Early Slavic literature All those Paleoslav texts written in the Bulgarian-Macedonian dialect of the area around Thessaloniki can be attributed to Bulgarian. Regardless of this attribution, the Bulgaria boasts the most ancient Slavic literature, the one which, at the beginning of the 10th century, has Tsar Simeon as its maximum exponent and its main authors, as well as Clement, a pupil of Cyril and Methodius, John the Exarch, Bishop Constantine and Černorizec Chrabăr. It is a literature that strictly depends…

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