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Jude’s referral was difficult to translate when it came down to what was going on with her neurological needs. Ultimately it came out as absent septum pellucium. 255 more words

Guest Post by Andrei Mihailiuk: Apollonia Pontica

Our latest blog post was written by Andrei Mihailiuk, one of UBC’s Classical Archaeology MA students. Enjoy!

It is mid-July, about two in the morning, when the crash of lightning set off car alarms. 994 more words


Reflections - Day 3

Today’s lectures were really interesting. We started by finishing off yesterday’s storytelling lecture and then went through the first lecture by students, which was really interesting. 34 more words

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The National Revival Architecture of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Accessed via Plovdiv’s winding streets – which resemble cobblestone moguls because of their varied topography – are fine jewel-toned homes that epitomize Bulgaria’s National Revival architectural style. 133 more words


Rila Monastery,Bulgaria

Rila Monastery was founded in the 10th century by St John of Rila, a hermit canonized by the Orthodox Church. His ascetic dwelling and tomb became a holy site and were transformed into a monastic complex which played an important role in the spiritual and social life of medieval Bulgaria.

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