Προμαχώνας-Topolnica 2002-2003Part of : Το Αρχαιολογικό Έργο στη Μακεδονία και στη Θράκη ; Vol.17, No.1, 2003, pages 91-110
Promachon - Topolnica 2002-2003
The Promahon-Topolnica settlement is located on the Southeastren slopes of Mount Cerkine, close to the western bank of the river Strymon, on a natural pass into the beginning of the valley of the middle Strymon River. This prehistoric settlement, which lies across the Greek-Bulgarian border (pyramid 63 on the frontier line) is being jointly investigated by Greek and Bulgarian archaeologists. Ephorate XVIIIth of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities) on the Greek side, the Archaeological Institute of Sophia and the Blagoevgrad Historical Museum on the Bulgarian side, are coordinating their excavation programms in both countries. The final aim is to publish the results of their research programs in a common series of books, proceeding an inter Balkan cooperation in the archaeological research. The excavation project on the Greek side began in 1992 under the direction of Ch. Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, director of the 18th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities) in collaboration with I. Aslanis (National Hellenic Research Foundation), M. Valla and D. Malamidou (18th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities) and F. Tomai-Konstantopoulou (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). To the Greek excavation program took part the excavators of the Bulgarian side, Henrieta Todorova, Javor Bojadjev, Ivo Vajsov, Kalin Dimitrov, Veselin Draganov.
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