Archaeologia Bulgarica (ArchBulg) is a scientific journal, issued continiously since 1997 – it is the only one from the Bulgarian periodicals in the field of humanities, classified by Scopus and by European Reference Index for the Humanities. Founder, owner and editor – in – chief of the magazine is Associate Professor Dr Lyudmil Vagalinski (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com).
In 2015, under the same name, a non-governmental organization is also registered. The main goal of NGO Archaeologia Bulgarica is the promotion of archeology and the cultural and historical heritage of Bulgaria. The founders are:
- Associate Professor Dr Lyudmil Vagalinski, chairman of the association, archaeologist with many years of experience and contributing publications; since 2010 – director of the National Archaeological Institute with Museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences: http://naim.bg/en/content/person/700/0/92/; since 2007 head of the archaeological research in the ancient town of Heraclea Sintica, near the village of Rupite, Petrich municipality; since 2003 is head of the studies at the Roman colony Deultum, Bourgas municipality. His biography includes excavations of Danube Roman castles Iatrus, Ruse munisipality and Transmarisca, Silistra municipality.
- Chief Assistant Dr Sirma Alexandrova, Department of Classic Archaeology at the National Archaeological Institute with Museum – BAS: http://naim.bg/en/content/person/700/0/173/. Deputy Head of the excavations in Heraclea Sintica. Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Irina Vagalinska, editor of books and journalist with over 20 years of media practice, including as editor in Thema magazine, where leads the rubric Archeology. Contacts: email@example.com