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The Greek Ministry of Culture issued a statement yesterday refuting allegations that the skeleton found in the Amphipolis tomb belongs to Olympias, mother of...

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The tomb of Amphipolis was included in the “Top 10 Discoveries of 2014” list that was published in archaeology.org, a leading website in the...

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The ballot for the President of the Hellenic Republic in the past 40 years has not always been a clean affair. Since the restoration...

Amphipolis tomb 3D

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kgm9yxJQDTw#t A new 3D digital representation of the Amphipolis tomb at Kasta Hill, reveals stunning details of the unique and recently discovered ancient Greek tomb. The...

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A model of the Acropolis built with 120,000 Lego pieces is being exhibited at the second floor of the Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece , and...

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Excavations in Platamonas, Pieria, northern Greece, have unearthed an ancient settlement and burial ground that belongs in the late Bronze Age, around 1500...

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The archaeological site of Vavrona, near Athens, Greece, flooded today after several hours of non stop torrential rain and within a few hours, the...

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The Culture Ministry of Greece presented three discoveries from the Antikythera shipwreck in an academic event at the Aikaterini Laskaridi Foundation on Wednesday. The event entitled "Return...

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“Regretfully, we are bankrupt” is one of the most famous phrases in modern Greek history and was uttered by Prime Minister Charilaos Trikoupis at the Parliament on...

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The Olympic Airlines Workers’ Cultural Center, (POL.K.E.O.A) organized an event on December 8, aiming at promoting the historic space of Hellinikon airport, and the...

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On the night of December 7 to 8, 1966, Greek ship "Heraklion," en route from Chania, Crete, to Piraeus, capsized and sank near the island of...

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Acclaimed Greek writer Menis Koumandareas was found murdered Saturday morning in his home in the neighborhood of Kypseli in Athens. Robbery was the possible...