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[Asmaska Moghila]. A tell site of the Bulgarian Neolithic and Copper Age, located near Stara Zagora in south Bulgaria. In the 7.5-metre stratigraphy, five settlement horizons were distinguished by the excavator, G. Georgiev: five building levels of the early Neolithic Karanovo I culture, one building level of the Veselinovo culture; after a stratigraphic break four building levels of both Karanovo V and VI cultures and, after another break, building phases of the Early Bronze Age Karanovo VII culture. Complete village plans for these layers can yield fascinating architectural detail for the whole sequence.

The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983Copied