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Swiss Envoy Describes ‘Intense Collaboration’ on Greek Archaeology

Switzerland's ambassador to Greece has spoken of the "intense collaboration" between the two countries when it comes to archaeology. Speaking earlier this week Hans-Rudolf Hodel...

Archaeology to Enlist ‘Robot Suit’ to Scour Seabed Near Roman-era Antikythera Shipwreck

Using the latest advances in technology and robotics, archaeology will strive to extract more secrets from an ancient shipwreck that once yielded the unique...

Delos: The Greek Island Archaeology Buffs Will Love!

The island of Delos, in the Aegean Sea, Greece, located within a stone's throw of the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, is an imposing place devoid of...

More Greek Museum, Archaeology Visits

While the summer season in Greece is set to bring a record number of visitors, not everyone is heading for the beaches and islands....

Cyprus Hosts Mediterranean Archaeology Seminar

The Anastasios G. Leventis Foundation will host an international symposium in Nicosia to discuss  the protection of cultural and archaeological heritage of the Mediterranean...

Archbishopric of Cyprus Criticizes the Biblical Archaeology Society for Arriving at the Occupied Area

The Holy Archbishopric of Cyprus has publicly criticized with harsh statements the unacceptable decision of the US-based Biblical Archaeology Society to arrive in the...

Archaeology Becomes Greece’s Achilles Heel

Faced with massive public debt, Greece is finding that its fabled antiquity heritage is proving a growing burden — with licensed digs postponed, illegal...

Archaeology Enthusiasts Plan Marathon Sword-and-Sandal Epic

Schinias Beach near Athens is no stranger to hordes in sandals flocking here every summer[...]

The Discovery of the Venus de Milo Statue

It was the morning of April 8, 1820 when a Milos island farmer named Giorgos (or Theodoros) Kentrotas was digging in ancient ruins in...

Greek Archaeologists Unearth Exciting Find in Cyprus’ Troodos Mountains

Greek researchers have made an exciting discovery of Neolithic objects in the Troodos mountains of Cyprus. A team from the history and archaeology department of the...

WWI Troops Found Ancient Greek Treasures While Digging Trenches

It is something of a running joke that you can't dig anywhere in Greece without stumbling across some relic of the country's ancient past. Wartime...

Discover Centuries of Greek History in Veria

Built at the foot of Mount Vermion, the city of Veria was the second most-important town, after Aigai, in the ancient Macedonian era. It was...

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