The historical finds go on in Bulgaria. There hasn’t been a time where the discoveries of Bulgaria’s rich historical past haven’t been headline news over the last few years. This perhaps accelerates into more archaeological groups making more hunts in untapped areas with the aid of hi-tech instruments. I can’t see these finds ending for decades to come.
Near the village of Yabalkovo, in the Southern Dimitrovgrad municipality of Bulgaria, a team of archaeologists headed by Dr. Krasimir Leshtakov have uncovered two Byzantine coins in perfect condition. Each depicts an image of Byzantine emperor Basil II (later called the Bulgar-slayer) with his son on one side and Jesus Christ on the other. The coins were apparently never used and date to the 11th century.