10.31.2014

Vampires and Archaeology ...

I don't have photos of all the excavated vampires, for example this one ...
Bulgarian archaeologists find ‘twin’ of Sozopol ‘vampire’ at Perperikon | The Sofia Globe: Archaeologists working on Bulgaria’s Perperikon site have found the skeleton of a male buried with a ploughshare in its chest, a find that professor Nikolai Ovcharov has already described as a “twin of the Sozopol vampire.”



But I've blogged about them before, so look at last year's quick summary - Dorothy King's PhDiva: The Archaeology of Vampires 101 - including the Vampire of Venice (photo to left), those from Poland and oh pretty much all over Europe. Between that and the label Vampires I think I've covered most of those found before this year ...