The Byzantine town and Bulgarian in the 7th9th century
(after archaeological data) (Dissertations, volume 4)


Table of contents /summary/


Chapter I. The Byzantine town in the Diocese Thrakia and Dakia from the end of the 6th century to 681. Monuments, state of studies. Continuity and hiatus between Late Antiquity culture and Early Medieval culture in the Bulgarian lands

Chapter II. Cultural contacts of the Proto-Bulgarians in the Northern Black Sea coast and Caucasus

Chapter III. Towns in the Balkan Peninsula under Bulgarian rule

III. 1. The capital, auls and towns conquered to the south of the Balkan Range

III. 2. Origins of Early Medieval monumental constructions in Bulgaria

Chapter IV. Formation of Early Medieval urban culture in Bulgaria

IV. 1. Similarities and differences between towns in Bulgaria and Byzantium. Characteristic features

IV. 2. Problems of towns studies and theories on them



List of illustrations

Publisher National institute of archaeology with museum (Bulgarian academy of sciences)
Language Bulgarian with a summary in English
Pages 212
Illustrations b/w figures, maps
Binding paperback
ISBN 987-954-9388-29-9
Creation date 2010
Size 21 х 29 cm

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