D-r Peter Dimitrov acquired a master’s degree in the field of Archaeology at New Bulgarian University in 2001. In 2012, he defended his doctoral thesis: “Veliki Preslav. Historical topography up to the 14th century (according to archaeological data)” at National Archaeological Institute with Museum – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He Currently works as Chief Assistant in Department “Medieval Archaeology” at NAIM – BAS.
Member of regular excavations in the first Bulgarian capital Pliska, fortresses in the eastern Rhodopes, as well as in various rescue studies related to the construction of elements of the state infrastructure – highways, metro stations, gas pipelines etc.
In 2003 he joined one of the archaeological team of Veliki Preslav.
Since 2014 is the Scientific Director of the excavations of the site “Ruler’s Church – Necropolis” in Veliki Preslav and Current Coordinator of the archaeological excavations at the National Historical and Archeological Reserve “Veliki Preslav”.