Κόραλλοι – The Celts in Eastern Bulgaria

 

“Who can I recite my work to here, but yellow-haired

Coralli, and the other tribes of the barbarous Danube?”

(Ovid, Ex Ponto. Book EIV.II To Cornelius Severus: A Fellow Poet)

 

Ovid’s unenthusiastic audience during his exile on the Pontus, the Celtic Coralli/Κόραλλοι tribe (Julian C. Histoire de la Gaule I 303 n. 3, Kazarov 1919:67, Domaradski 1984:111, Duridanov 1997 with cited lit.), were one of the barbarian peoples who constituted the unique

 

FULL ARTICLE:

https://www.academia.edu/36347100/CORALLI_-_Celtic_Traces_in_Eastern_Bulgaria

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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THE LADY IN THE OVEN – A Late Celtic Ceramic Production and Economic Center at Krivina (Rousse reg.), Bulgaria

UD: May 2019

 

 

“Once again brings into focus the question of Celtic ethnic presence in Thrace during the last three centuries of the first millennium BC”.

 

FULL ARTICLE: by Dr. Lyudmil Vagalinski, Director of the National Institute of Archaeology with Museum – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

 

 

https://www.academia.edu/28526681/Late_La_Tene_Pottery_Kiln

 

 

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Late La Têne Celtic Ceramic from Bulgaria

UD: December 2018

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During the eastwards expansion of the 4th/early 3rd c. BC, the Celtic tribes absorbed many elements of the local material cultures – Scythian, Hellenistic, Thracian etc. This is particularly true of ceramic, where local models and forms rapidly become part of the Balkan Celtic material culture. Evidence of this is to be observed…

Full Article:

https://www.academia.edu/5992553/Late_La_Tene_Ceramic_from_Bulgaria

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