ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN SBORYANOVO (Elena Pencheva – firstname.lastname@example.org, Mariya Nikolaeva) The explorations of the dugouts in the eastern part of the settlement surrounded by a stone wall, continued. Postholes were discovered in House No. 2. A stone stove was documented in House No. 4a. Subsequently, House No. 4 was dug into House No. 4a. Postholes were discovered in the later house and a stone stove was documented. A stove constructed of stone slabs was discovered in House No. 5 and postholes were documented. The walls of House No. 6 were faced with stones with incorporated timber posts driven into the earthen floor. A stone stove was discovered, incorporated into the stone face of the northern wall. A dug out structure, probably a house, with material of the second half of the 4th century AD, was documented beneath the Mediaeval warehouse in Trenches 34/23. Two dug out structures, probably graves of the second half of the 9th – 10th centuries AD, were documented to the north of Tumulus No. 7 (Ginina Mogila Tumulus) with an Early Hellenistic Thracian tomb.
- Elena Pencheva - Department of Archaeology, Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski
- Mariya Nikolaeva - Museum of History – Isperih
- Museum of History - Isperih
- Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski