2002 2015
2003
​Zaminets Excavation and Workcamp Project, (Mezdra-Dolna Kremena, Bulgaria)

The first Balkan Heritage Program (BHP) project - 20 volunteers from SE Europe joined and helped the excavation of the Late Copper Age Settlement Zaminets (4400-4000 BC). Partners: Vratsa RMH, SEEYN.

2004
​Archaeological Field School Mezdra, (Mezdra-Pavolche, Bulgaria)

This is the first archaeological field school organized within the BHP. 6 students took part in the excavation of a Late Copper Age house at Mezdra Fortress, Bulgaria. Field School Focus: Copper Age Culture & Archaeology in the Central Balkans. Partners: Vratsa RMH, SEEYN.

2005
​Dragoman Heritage Expedition (Dragoman and Nishava region, Bulgaria)

The very first Fresco-Hunting” Photo Expedition to Medieval Bulgarian churches (13-14thc.) with participation of 9 volunteer: archaeologists, journalists, conservators and students. Expedition Focus: Medieval Architecture & Art; Cultural Heritage. Partners: Dragoman Municipality, EOF, SEEYN.

2006
​Dragoman Heritage Workcamp, (Dragoman, Bulgaria)

The workcamp assisted an expedition tracking the ancient road Via militaris on the territory of Dragoman municipality, Bulgaria. Workcamp focus: Roman roads in Western Bulgaria and preservation of cultural and natural heritage. Partners: Dragoman Municipality, EOF, SEEYN .

2007
​Augusta Traiana-Beroia-Borui Field School (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

The field school took place along with rescue excavations of Roman, Late Antique and Medieval remains underneath the contemporary town of Stara Zagora performed by the Regional History Museum. Trips: Plovdiv; Valley of Roses and Thracian Kings. Partners:BYC,RHM – Stara Zagora

2007
​Stara Zagora Heritage Workcamp (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

10 volunteers assisted the rescue excavations of Roman, Late Antique and Medieval remains within the archaeological reserve AUGUSTA TRAIANA-BEROIA-BORUI. They helped the local Museum in the maintenance ofCultural Heritage sites & raise public awareness on the neglected condition of the Town's Roman Forum. Partners: BYC, RHM – Stara Zagora, Open Society Club, SEEYN

2008
​Еstablishment of the Balkan Heritage Foundation (BHF). Formal start of the Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS)

The Balkan Heritage Foundation was established. The Balkan Heritage Program managed for 5 years by BYC, Bulgaria was fully incorporated by the Foundation. The Balkan Heritage Field School (BHFS) was officially established as a program of the Balkan Heritage Foundation (BHF).

2008
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia and Western Bulgaria)

This multi-themed project with focus on documentation techniques took part for the 1st time in & around Sofia. Students created graphic and photo records and added new data of sixMedieval churches and chapels in risk. Partners: BYC, Dragoman Municipality

2008
​Court registration of the Balkan Heritage Foundation (BHF).

Court registration of theBalkan Heritage Foundation (Stara Zagora District Law Court, Bulgaria).

2008
​Augusta Traiana-Beroia-Borui (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

The field school took place for the 2nd time along with rescue excavations of a Roman aqueduct crossing the moat that once surrounded the Roman city Augusta Traiana, underneath the contemporary town of Stara Zagoraperformed by the Regional History Museum. Partners: BYC , RHM – Stara Zagora

2008
​Stara Zagora Heritage Workcamp (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

The volunteers assisted the rescue excavations of an Early Iron Age site in Stara Zagora performed by the Regional History Museum. They helped with finds processing, digitizing archive cards and photographic films, editing archaeological texts & in raising public awareness on the neglected condition of the Town's Roman forum and the Europe’s oldest copper mines by cleaning them. Partners: BYC,RHM – Stara Zagora, SEEYN

2008
​Heraclea Lyncestis Excavation Project (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The field school project took place for the 1st time at the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis near Bitola, where archaeologists and students excavated various parts of the city's drainage system and a Late Antique basilica. Partners: BYC, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2008
​Thracian Mysteries Educational Trip

This educational trip brought the BHFS students in Augusta Traiana-Beroia-Borui project to amazing Thracian sites in Eastern Rhodopi Mountains: the sanctuary of Dionysus in Perperkion, the sanctuary of Orpheus in Tatul and the Roman villa Armira as well as Katarzyna Winery.

2008
​Bitola Heritage Workcamp (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The workcamp involved volunteers who assisted the excavation of the ancient town of Heraclea Lyncestis and assisted the Museum team with site’s maintenance and processing of artifacts. Partners: BYC, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2009
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

The field school with focus on documentation techniques and Christian Orthodox iconography took part for a 2nd year. The students amplified the graphic and photo records of 3 medieval churches and chapels in risk. Partners:BHF, Dragoman Municipality, Church board of Balsha.

2009
​Mezek Heritage Workcamp (Bulgaria)

The project supported maintenance of 2 cultural heritage sites in Mezek Village: the Thracian tomb and the Neoutzikon Fortress. Volunteers cleaned the tourist area, painted benches & staircases etc. They also visited various sites in the region and assessed their potential as tourist attractions. Partners:BHF, Municipality of Svilengrad

2009
​A Byzantine Cold Case File – Djanavara Early Christian Monastery Excavations (Varna, Bulgaria)

The field school along with excavations of the remains of the monumental Early Byzantine church on Djanavara hill in Varnaattracted more than 20 students from all over the World. Along with archaeologist they restarted after 100 years the excavations and found evidence about the existing monastery compound around it. Partners: BHF, Varna RMH

2009
​Heraclea Lyncestis Excavation Project (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The field school took place for a 2nd year at the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis, where archaeologists and students excavated a Late Antique basilica and a Roman Gymnasion with precious mosaic-flooring. It involved more than 40 students.Partners:BHF, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2009
​Augusta Traiana-Beroia-Borui (Stara Zagora, Bulgaria)

During the 3rd and last year of this project students excavated the space between 2 ancient city walls that once surrounded the Roman city Augusta Traiana, and the space in and around the 15 century-Ottoman mosque where were found remains of an medieval church, Thracian ritual pits and a Roman cemeterial kiln. Partners:BHF, RHM – Stara Zagora

2009
​Thracian Mysteries Educational Trip

This educational trip brought the BHFS students in Augusta Traiana-Beroia-Borui project to amazing Thracian sites in Eastern Rhodopi Mountains: the sanctuary of Dionysus in Perperkion, the sanctuary of Orpheus in Tatul and the Roman villa Armira as well as Katarzyna Winery. 

2009
​Workshop for Conservation & Restoration of Ancient Pottery(Stara Zagora and Sozopol, Bulgaria)

The workshop took place in Stara Zagora and Sozopol. Guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restorationof Ancient Greek and Roman pottery, students restored 7 Roman vessels from both museums’ collections. Partners:BHF, RHM – Stara Zagora, AP Excavation Team, AMSozopol

2010
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

For a 3rd time the multi-themed field school took part in Western Bulgaria. Thanks to the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program it was attended as well by the visiting professor Dr. Gene Berryhill (University of Maryland, USA). Partners: BHF, NBU, FulbrightCommission

2010
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Pottery (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The 1st workshop was hosted by N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. Participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of the conservation & restoration of Roman and Late Roman pottery. This real conservation project resulted in a complete conservation/restoration of 8 Roman and Late Roman vessels from the Stobi’s Collection. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2010
​A Byzantine Cold Case File – Djanavara Early Christian Monastery Excavations (Varna, Bulgaria)

For a second year students in this field school took part in the excavations of the remains of themonumental Early Byzantine church and monastery on Djanavara hill in Varna, Bulgaria. They found more evidence about the every-day life and the end of the monastery, which was destroyed by the raid of Avars and Slavs in the early seventh century AD. Partners: BHF, Varna RMH, NBU

2010
​Heraclea Lyncestis Excavation Project (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The field school took place for a 3rd year at the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis, where archaeologists and more than 50 students excavated the space in front of the Roman theater, esp. a 5th - 6th century terrace building and aRoman 1st -2ndcentury building preceding the construction of the theater. Partners: BHF, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2010
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations (Republic of Macedonia)

The field school project started for the 1ST time in 2010 at Stobi - the capital of the Roman province Macedonia Secunda. Students excavated 20 Roman graves (1st century BC - 3rd century AD) with cremated and skeletal remains at the Western Necropolis (very exciting find was a grave with nine terracotta bulls) and the Temple of Issis (2nd century AD). Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2010
​Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Ancient Greek Pottery (Emona and Sozopol, Bulgaria)

The workshop took place in the village of Emona and the Ancient town of Sozopol, both on the Black Sea Coast. Guided by professional conservators students restored successfully 16 Ancient Greek vessels from the Sozopol Museum collection. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol

2011
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

For a 4th time the multi-themed field school project took part in Bankya & Western Bulgaria. Students created graphic and photographic records andadded new data on history and artof St.Theodore Tyro church in Zimevitsa (17th century), Bulgaria. Partners: BHF, NBU

2011
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Pottery (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The workshop was hosted for 2nd time by the N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators and employed their skills in a real conservation project that resulted in complete conservation/restoration of 6 Roman and Late Roman vessels from the Stobi’s Collection. Partners: BHF,NBU,NI Stobi

2011
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Late Roman Wall-Paintings (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

It took place at the archaeological park Stobi, Macedonia. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the consequent stages of the conservation, restoration and documentation, as well as the history and technology of Late Roman Wall-Paintings. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2011
​Birth of Europe - Excavation of the Early Neolithic Settlement Ilindentsi (Bulgaria)

The site keeps evidence about the earliest Neolithic farmers who migrated to Europe and neolithized the continent in the 7th and 6th millennium BC. The students had the opportunity to dig at an Early Neolithic settlement under their feet - due the natural erosion Neolithic layer there was just 20 to 30 cm under the present surface. Partners:BHF, RMH - Blagoevgrad, NBU, IAE - Nanterre (France)

2011
​A Byzantine Cold Case File – Djanavara Early Christian Monastery Excavations (Varna, Bulgaria)

For a 3rd and last year students excavated the remainsof the monumental Early Byzantine church & monastery on Djanavara hill. They found more evidence about the every-day life and the end of the monastery, which was destroyed by the raid of Avars and Slavs in the early 7th century AD. Due the limits of the forest surrounding the excavations and the field school had to stop at this point. Partners: BHF, Varna RMH, NBU

2011
​Heraclea Lyncestis Excavation Project (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The project took place for a 4th year at the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis, where archaeologists and students excavated the space in front of the Roman theater, esp. a 5th - 6th century terrace building and an impressive Roman 1st -2ndcentury building preceding the construction of the theater. Partners: BHF, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2011
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations (Republic of Macedonia)

The field school project took place for the second time in Stobi - the capital of the Roman province Macedonia Secunda. Students excavated various buildings from the second half of the 6th century AD in the Northern Residential Area of the ancient city. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2011
​Apollonia Pontica Excavations (Bulgaria)

This year started one of most popular projects in the BHFS. It took place at the Ancient Greek, Late Antique and Medieval sacred area of Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolon St. Kirik island in the Black Sea. Archaelogists and students seeked together for the ancient temple of Appollo and the pedestal of his colossal bronze statue. Partners: BHF, AP ExcavationTeam, AM-Sozopol.NBU

2011
​Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Ancient Greek Pottery(Emona & Sozopol, Bulgaria)

The workshop took place in Emona& Sozopol on the Black Sea Coast for a 3rd year. Students were guided by professional conservators through the stages of the conservation & restoration, as well as the history and technology of Ancient Greek and Hellenistic pottery. They restored many Ancient Greek vessels from the museum collection. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol.NBU

2012
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

The multi-themed field school took place for a 5th time in W. Bulgaria, with participation of visiting professor Alexnader Gabov (QU, Canada) teaching RTI&MSI. Students created newgraphic and photographic records on history and art of St. Nikola church in Kalotina (14th century) & St.Georgi Church in Tcheparlintsi, Bulgaria. Partners: BHF,NBU,CSMO, (QU, Canada

2012
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Pottery (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The workshop was hosted for a 3rd time by the N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration of Roman and Late Roman pottery. They employed their skills in a real conservation project that resulted in complete restoration of 10 Roman and Late Roman vessels from the Stobi Collection. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2012
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Mosaics (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

It took place at the archaeological park Stobi, Macedonia. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the consequent stages of the conservation & restoration, as well as the history and technology of Roman Mosaics. As a result a large section of the mosaic in the Theodossian Palace was conservated. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2012
​Birth of Europe - Excavation of the Early Neolithic Settlement Ilindentsi (Bulgaria)

The students had the opportunity to dig at an Early Neolithic settlement (6000-5500 BC) for 2nd year just under their feet - due the natural erosion Neolithic layer there was just 20 to 30cm under the present surface. They found a ditch and remains of dwellings. Partners: BHF, RMH - Blagoevgrad, NBU, IAE -Nanterre (France).

2012
​Heraclea Lyncestis Excavation Project (Bitola, Republic of Macedonia)

The field school took place for a 5th and last year. Archaeologists and students continued excavating the space in front of the Roman theater, esp. a 5th-6th century terrace building andthe impressive Roman 1st -2ndcentury building preceding the construction of the theater. Partners: BHF, NI Institute and Museum – Bitola, YCC - Bitola.

2012
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations (Republic of Macedonia)

The field school took place for the 3rd year in Stobi - the capital of Macedonia Secunda. Students excavated various buildings surrounding the “Semi Circular Square” (presumably shops and stores) in the Northern Residential Area of the ancient city dating to 6th century AD. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2012
​Apollonia Pontica Excavations, Bulgaria

For a 2nd year this projects took place at the Ancient Greek, Late Antique & Medieval sacred area of Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolon St. Kirik Island. Archaelogists and students seeked together for the ancient temple of Appollo and the pedestal of his colossal bronze statue and found beside Late Antique graves, Archaic bothroi & walls remains. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol (Bulgaria).NBU

2012
​Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Ancient Greek Pottery (Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria)

The workshop took place in Emona& Sozopol for a 4th year. Guided by professional conservators through thestages of the conservation & restoration,the history and technology of Ancient Greek &Hellenistic pottery, students restored 21 Ancient Greek vessels from the Sozopol museum collection. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol,NBU

2013
​”Fresco-Hunting” Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

The project took place for a 5th time in W. Bulgaria, with participation of visiting professor Alexnader Gabov (QU, Canada) teaching Reflectance-Transformation Imaging. Students addednew data on history and art of St. Nikola church in Kalotina (14th century) and St. Petka Church in Balsha, Bulgaria. Partners: BHF,NBU,CSMO, (QU, Canada

2013
​Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Pottery (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The workshop was hosted for a 4th time by the N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration of Roman and Late Roman pottery. They employed their skills in a real conservation project that resulted in complete restoration of 20 Roman and Late Roman vessels from the Stobi Collection. Partners: BHF, NBU, NI Stobi

2013
Workshop for Conservation and Restoration of Roman Mosaics (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

It took place at the archaeological park Stobi for a 2nd year. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of the conservation, restoration, the history & technology of Roman Mosaics. As a result a large section of the mosaic in the Theodossian Palace was documented and conservated. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2013
​Birth of Europe - Excavation of the Early Neolithic Settlement Ilindentsi (Ilindentsi, Bulgaria)

For a third year the students in this field school project excavated the Early Neolithic settlement unearthing its ditch and dwellings as well as a grave that contained a baby skeleton. Partners: BHF, RMH - Blagoevgrad, NBU, IAE -Nanterre (France).

2013
Ancient Greeks in the Land of Dionysus - Excavation of Emporion Pistiros, Thrace (Bulgaria)

A new topic and another excavation site type in our program – this Ancient Greek Emporion attracted our field school and students with the opportunity to explore the religious life and the interactions between Ancient Greeks and Thracians there. . Partners: BHF, RMH- Pazardzhik, AM Septemvri, Pistiros Excavation Team, NBU

2013
​Rise and Fall of the First European Civilization - Tell Yunatsite Excavations (Bulgaria)

Another new topic and the first Tell in our program. Fieldwork takes place at Copper age layers of Tell Yunatsite - one of the first European urban settlements (4900-4100 BC) seeking for the reasons for its decline. Amazingly preserved 6000 y/o wooden platforms surprised the team and students. Partners: BHF, RMH- Pazardzhik, Tell Yunatsite Excavation Team, NBU

2013
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations (Republic of Macedonia)

The field school project took place for the fourth year in Stobi - the capital of the Roman province Macedonia Secunda. Students excavated various buildings in the Northern Residential Area of the ancient city dating to Late Roman period. Partners:BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2013
​Apollonia Pontica Excavations, Bulgaria

For a third year this projects took place at the Ancient Greek, Late Antique and Medieval sacred area of Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolon St. Kirik Island in the Black Sea. Archaelogists and students seeked together for the ancient temple of Appollo and the pedestal of his colossal bronze statueand found beside the walls remains rich Archaic bothroi. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol.NBU

2013
​Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Ancient Greek Pottery (Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria)

The workshop took placein Emona& Sozopol for a fifth year. Students were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration, the history & technology of Ancient Greek and Hellenistic pottery. They restored 21 and documented many more Ancient Greek vessels from the Sozopol museum collection. Partners:BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM - Sozopol. NBU

2014
"Fresco-Hunting" Photo Research Expedition to Medieval Balkan Churches (Sofia-Bankya, Bulgaria)

The project took place for a 6th time in W. Bulgaria, with participation of visiting professor Alexnader Gabov (QU, Canada) teaching Reflectance-Transformation Imaging. Students addednew data on history and art of St. Nikola church in Kalotina (14th century) and St. Petka Church in Balsha, Bulgaria. Partners: BHF,NBU,CSMO, (QU, Canada

2014
Workshop on Advanced Digital Photographic Documentation of Artifacts and Architecture (RTI and Photogrammetry) (Bulgaria)
2014
Workshop for Conservation and Documentation of Roman Mosaics (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

It took place at the archaeological park Stobi for a 3rd year. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of the conservation, restoration, the history & technology of Roman Mosaics. As a result a large section of the mosaic in the Theodossian Palace was documented and conservated. Partners: BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2014
Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Roman Pottery (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The workshop was hosted for a 5th time by the N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration of Roman and Late Roman pottery. They employed their skills in a real conservation project that resulted in complete restoration of 20 Roman and Late Roman vessels from the Stobi Collection. Partners: BHF, NBU, NI Stobi

2014
The Birth of Europe: Excavations of the Neolithic Settlement Ilindentsi (Bulgaria)

For a fourth year the students in this field school project excavated the Early Neolithic settlement unearthing its ditch and dwellings as well as a grave that contained a baby skeleton. Partners: BHF, RMH - Blagoevgrad, NBU,

2014
Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Roman Pottery and Glass (Stobi, Republic of Macedonia)

The workshop was hosted for a 5th time by the N.I. Stobi at the archaeological park. During the workshop participants were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration of Roman and Late Roman Glass. Partners: BHF, NBU, NI Stobi

2014
Stobi (Macedonia Secunda) Excavations (Republic of Macedonia)

The field school project took place for the fifth year in Stobi - the capital of the Roman province Macedonia Secunda. Students excavated various buildings in the Northern Residential Area of the ancient city dating to Late Roman period. Partners:BHF, NBU,NI Stobi

2014
​Apollonia Pontica Excavations, Bulgaria

For a fourth year this project took place at the Ancient Greek, Late Antique and Medieval sacred area of Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolon St. Kirik Island in the Black Sea. Archaelogists and students seeked together for the ancient temple of Appollo and the pedestal of his colossal bronze statueand found beside the walls remains rich Archaic bothroi. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM- Sozopol.NBU

2014
Rise and Fall of the First European “Civilization” - Tell Yunatsite Excavations (Bulgaria)

Another new topic and the first Tell in our program. Fieldwork takes place at Copper age layers of Tell Yunatsite - one of the first European urban settlements (4900-4100 BC) seeking for the reasons for its decline. Amazingly preserved 6000 y/o wooden platforms surprised the team and students. Partners: BHF, RMH- Pazardzhik, Tell Yunatsite Excavation Team, NBU

2014
Ancient Greeks in the Land of Dionysos - Excavation of Emporion Pistiros, Thrace (Bulgaria)

A new topic and another excavation site type in our program – this Ancient Greek Emporion attracted our field school and students with the opportunity to explore the religious life and the interactions between Ancient Greeks and Thracians there. . Partners: BHF, RMH- Pazardzhik, AM Septemvri, Pistiros Excavation Team, NBU

2014
Workshop for Conservation, Restoration and Documentation of Ancient Greek Pottery (Black Sea Coast, Bulgaria)

The workshop took place in Emona & Sozopol for a fifth year. Students were guided by professional conservators through the stages of conservation & restoration, the history & technology of Ancient Greek and Hellenistic pottery. They restored 21 and documented many more Ancient Greek vessels from the Sozopol museum collection. Partners: BHF, AP Excavation Team, AM - Sozopol. NBU