"Early and middle- Chalcolithic anthropomorphic pots from the Bulgarian Black Sea coast" is the subject of the museum lecture this Saturday - 1 December. Lecturer will be the archaeologist Miroslav Klassakov, who is specialist in prehistory and head of research at the Settlement mound on the 10th kilometre in the area Solna niva.
In the spring of 2008-2009, the first archaeological excavations of a prehistoric monument of culture in the Municipality of Burgas took place. A large number of (whole and fragmented) anthropomorphic storage vessels were found during the studies. A female bust is formed on their body, and two holes in their neck are pierced with eyes. Storage vessels of similar shape, the same decoration layout and similar ornamental motifs are also found in other prehistoric sites located along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
The traditional Saturday lecture at the museum is at 11.30 am in the presentation room of the Natural Science Exhibition (30, K.Fotinov Str.). The entrance fee is preferential - for adults 2 BGN and for students and pensioners - 1 BGN.