ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS IN SBORYANOVO (Elena Pencheva – email@example.com, Mariya Nikolaeva) Sunken-floored House No. 2 measured 3.20 m by 2.20 m. The interior of its dugout part was faced with stones. The entrance was 1.50 m wide and most probably, the access was carried out through a timber ladder. The roof was probably constructed of timber beams covered with earth. A storage pit for grain was discovered to the west of the house. The finds comprised a bone awl and a whetstone. Sunken-floored House No. 3 was 10.20 sq. m in size. Late Antique and Mediaeval sherds were found. The interior of its dugout part was not faced with stones. A stove constructed of stones was discovered in its northern corner. The explorations of Sunken-floored House No. 5 began. The explorations of the warehouse discovered in 2009 were completed. It was sunken-floored and its interior was faced with stones. The building was dug out into a stratum of the second half of the 4th century AD. The settlement dated to the 9th – 10th centuries.
- 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