Archaeology, Numismatics
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Villa ARMIRA - Fragments of Roman mosaics (National Museum of History, Sofia)
Villa ARMIRA -  Fragments of Roman mosaics (National Museum of History, Sofia)

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Description: Floor Mosaics with portraits of the owner of Villa ARMIRA and his children.
II century, fragments of roman mosaics

This is the best preserved antique Roman villa in this part what was once are the Roman Empire. The archaeological remains from the Villa testify that this was a splendid private residence of a Roman nobleman from I - II century of new era.

Provenance: Villa Armira, Ivaylovgrad, Bulgaria

Presented by: National Museum of History (NMH), Sofia, Bulgaria

Source of information: NMH - Sofia

photo - personal archive

Recommended links:
http://www.historymuseum.org/?lang_id=2

http://vilaarmira.com/?lang=en

http://bulgariatravel.org/en/object/66/Vila_Armira_Ivajlovgrad

http://www.ivaylovgrad.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13&Itemid=131

http://www.sofia2019.bg/bg/node/294

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Historical_Museum_(Bulgaria)

http://freesofiatour.com/blog/boyana-church-national-museum-of-history

http://bulgariatravel.org/en/object/298/Nacionalen_Istoricehski_Muzej

http://www.geology.bas.bg/museums.html


Villa ARMIRA - Fragments of Roman mosaics (National Museum of History, Sofia)

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