From the recently concluded Spring Book Fair (Sofia, May 29 – June 4, 2023), the following books were acquired for the specialized scientific library of the National History Museum and are now available to readers:

New arrivals from the recently concluded Spring Book Fair (Sofia, 29 May – 4 June 2023) at the library of the National History Museum

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From the recently concluded Spring Book Fair (Sofia, May 29 – June 4, 2023), the following books were acquired for the specialized scientific library of the National History Museum and are now available to readers:


REFERENCES
Encyclopedia "Bulgaria". Knigomania, Sofia: 2021 // 872 p.

Encyclopedia "Sacred places of Bulgaria". Knigomania, Sofia: 2022 // 704 p.

BIOGRAPHIES
Ivo Milev "The Life and Death of Lyudmila Zhivkova". Second Revised Edition. Knigomania, Sofia: 2022 // 606 p.

MEMORIES
Adolf Koch "Prince Alexander Battenberg. The truth of his reign." Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2019 // 256 p.

Vladimir Sis "The critical days of Bulgaria. Diary of a War Correspondent - 1913'. Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2019 // 204 p.

Edward King "The Russo-Turkish War Through the Eyes of an American Journalist." Excerpt from the book "Europe in Storm and Peace", 1888. Knigomania, Sofia: [no year of publication] // 120 p.

Nikolay Kalaidzhiev "To the Drava and beyond. Diary of a Bulgarian officer". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2019 // 144 p.

William Gladstone "Bulgarian horrors and the Eastern question. Lessons in Slaughter'. Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2018 // 124 p.

HISTORY
Anastas Ishirkov "The western ends of the Bulgarian land". Shambhala, Sofia: 1915/2019 // 320 p.

Anelia Markova "The Second Bulgarian Kingdom in War and Peace". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2022 // 288 p.

Georgi Mishev "Ancient traces in magical rites from the Bulgarian lands". Shambhala, Sofia: 2015 //464 p.

Krasimira Mutafova "Religion and identity (Christianity and Islam) in the Bulgarian lands in the Ottoman documentation from the 2022th - 320th centuries". University Publishing House "St. St. Cyril and Methodius", Veliko Tarnovo: XNUMX // XNUMX p.

Lubomir Miletich "The Ruin of the Thracian Bulgarians in 1913". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2021 // 436 p.

Ludmil Malev "Conditions and negotiations on the lifting of the schism over the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. History, documents, comments'. University Publishing House "St. St. Cyril and Methodius", Veliko Tarnovo: 2022 // 120 p.

Petko St. Petkov "History of the Bulgarian state and law". Part One. Constitutional foundations and problems of the modern Bulgarian state. On Bulgarian constitutionalism in the 2023th and early 276th centuries. University Publishing House "St. St. Cyril and Methodius", V[eliko] Tarnovo: XNUMX // XNUMX p.

Petko St. Petkov "Kliment Branitsky and Turnovsky (Vasil Drumev) 1841-1901". University Publishing House "St. St. Cyril and Methodius", Veliko Tarnovo: 2022 // 324 p.

Snezhana Rakova "The Uncrowned King of Sofia Eng. Ivan Ivanov". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2022 // 272 pp. and 22 pp. with black and white. from

[Stoyan Tachev] "1885. Memories of contemporaries". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2018 // 216 p.

[Stoyan Tachev] "1876. Memories of contemporaries". Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2018 // 192 p.

Franz Kumon The Mysteries of Mithras. Shambhala, Sofia: 2017 // 256 p.
Hristofor Zhefarovich "Steamatography". Translation and commentary by Dimitar Peev and Tsvetan Vassilev. Bulgarian History, Sofia: 2023 // 280 p.

ARCHEOLOGY
Vaclav Dobruski "Materials on Archeology of Bulgaria". Volume 1. Shambhala, Sofia: 1894, 1895, 1896/2019 // 236 p.

Vaclav Dobruski "Thracian Horsemen". Monuments of the cult of Asclepius in Thrace. Monuments to the cult of Zeus, Hera, Athena". Shambhala, Sofia: 1907/2020 // 176 p.

Katya Melamed "Pagan Funeral Rite in Medieval Bulgaria (VII-IX 2019st centuries). Shambhala, Sofia: 494 // XNUMX p.

A candle. Peter Tsv. Lubenov "Grandma Ega. A collection of various beliefs, folk remedies, magic, charms and customs in Kyustendilsko." Shambhala, 1887, 1891, 1896/ 2019 // 322 p.

Rafail Popov, Nikola Mushmov "Guide to excavation, collection and preservation of antiquities and coins". Shambhala, Sofia: 1922/2022 // 260 p.

LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE
Maria Ilieva "The Bulgarian in his language world. A Linguistic and Ethnopsycholinguistic Study'. University Publishing House "St. St. Cyril and Methodius", Veliko Tarnovo: 2021 // 224 p.

POPULAR SCIENCE BOOKS
Petar Velichkov "Sophia's Secrets. An authentic chronicle of the capital of the Third Bulgarian Kingdom". Fourth edition. East-West, Sofia: 2029 // 528 p.

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