Scientists will try to restore the image to know which Emperor belonged to the mask.
Bulgarian archaeologists discovered in Varna terracotta mask, depicting, presumably, the person of the Emperor of the sixth century.
This writes the Chronicle.info with reference to rambler.ru.
Tells about the opening of The Sofia Globe. The artifact was discovered at the archaeological site Janavara in the Bulgarian black sea city of Varna.
He found the staff of the Regional archaeological Museum, conducted excavations on the site of an early Christian monastery. The artifact is part of a mask or bust, and probably represents the person of the head of the Eastern Roman Empire. The find is dated to the VI century ad.
The representative of the Museum Vasil Tenekedjiev noted that the artifact is the only of its kind found in Bulgaria.
He was identified after consultation with other archaeologists.
Also during the excavations were found bases of columns and the remains of the impressive arch.
In addition, the discovery archaeologists have become ancient water network.