Volume II of the Archaeology of the Bulgarian Lands in divided into three parts: part I. deal with urban planning and architecture in Roman Thrace and Moesia. The emphasis in part II. is on villages (vici) and villas in the Bulgarian lands in the antiquity. Part III. is devoted on glass and on the numerous find of bone and horn in Roman Thrace and Moesia.
Table of contents /summary/
R. Ivanov. The Street Network in Thrace and Moesia (Upper and Lower Moesia)
R. Ivanov. Sewers in Thrace and Moesia (Upper and Lower Moesia)
S. Boyadzhiev. Roman Baths (Thermae) in Bulgarian Lands II — III C.A.D.
R. Ivanov, M. Martinova-Kyutova, V. Kolarova, J. Velichkov, K. Kalchev. Buildings and Facilities for Public Events and Recreations II — IV C.A.D.)
V. Dinchev. Agrarian Settlements from the Roman Period in Present Day Bulgaria
R. Ivanov. Construction Ceramics from the Lower Reaches of the Danube
A. Cholakova. Roman Glass Vessels from Bulgaria (1st — 3rd centuries AD)
P. Vladkova. Processing of Bone and Horn in the Present Day Bulgarian Lands during the Roman Period and Late Antiquity
|Language||Bulgarian with an extended summaries in English|
|Illustrations||b/w figures, maps|
|Size||21 х 29 cm|