Thematic bibliography

Weapons and warfare



♦ K. Boyadzhiev. Weapons from the Chalcolithic period in Bulgaria (Dissertations, vol. 9). Sofia, 2014. National institute of archaeology with museum (Bulgarian academy of sciences) [In Bulgarian a with an extended summary in English]

♦ L. Leshtakov. Typology and Chronology of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Bronze Socketed Spearheads in Southeastern Europe. Sofia, 2015. ATE  Ars et Technica Explicatus [In Bulgarian a with an extended summary in English]

♦ I. Marazov, N. Torbov, T. Shalganova. Thracian weapons in Bulgarian private collections: A short encyclopedia. Veliko Turnovo, 2013. Faber [In Bulgarian]

♦ N. Torbov. Ancient Weaponry (11th century BC — 5th century AD): “Vatevi“ Collection. Plovdiv, 2016. TON [In Bulgarian]

♦ Ivailo Kunev. Medieval Weaponry Collection (7th—17th century). Sofia, 2017. National History Museum — Bulgaria [In Bulgarian]

♦ S. Popov. The Maces from the Present Bulgarian Lands (10th—17th c. AD). Vatevi Collection. Sofia, 2015. Ivrai [In English with summaries in French and German]

♦ T. Kollias. Byzantine weapons (Studia Militaria Balcanica I). Veliko Turnovo, 2012. Abagar [In Bulgarian]

♦ G. Fehér. Weapons, Clothes and Tactics of the Old Bulgarian Army / Armor and Weaponry of the Old Bulgarian Army. Sofia, 2000. TANGRA TanNakRa [In Bulgarian]

♦ A. Kazasyan. Bulgarian Short Cold Weapons: Bayonets and Fighting Knives of the Bulgarian Army (1877—2010). Sofia, 2015. Military Publishing [In Bulgarian]

♦ B. Bogdanovic. The Serbian, Montenegrin and Yugoslavian Bayonets and Fighting Knives. Sofia, 2106. Veles [In Bulgarian]


♦ D. Minchev, J. Baev, K. Grozev (eds.). Technology and Warfare. 38th International Congress of Military History. Proceedings of the 38th International Congress of Military History, Sofia, Bulgaria, 25 August — 1 September 2012. Sofia, 2013. St. Kliment Ohridski University Press

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