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Our Centre

The main task of the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe Research Centre is archaeological research, especially in the area of the Balkan Peninsula and around the Black Sea.

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Fieldwork

The centre conducts archaeological research at the following sites: Novae (Bulgaria) - once headquarters of legio I Italica, Tanais (Russia) - Greek and Roman trading settlement on the Don River, Rhizon (Montenegro) - capital of the Illyrian queen Teuta, and Bushat (Albania) - mysterious fortified Illyrian settlement.

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Research & publishing

The Centre organises initial conservation of the researched objects, publishes research results in its own journal Novensia, takes an active part in international scientific life by organising seminars, conferences and exchanges of scientists.

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