Archaeology

Archaeology

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The first ever CD-ROM, the infamous and enigmatic Phaistos Disc that was made 4,000 years before the development of computer science, is believed to have...

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The discovery of the missing sphinx's head inside the third chamber of the Amphipolis tomb – 12 meters from the entrance– has raised several intriguing...

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Another amazing discovery has surfaced on the Amphipolis dig, Greece. The missing head of the Sphinx "guarding" the tomb's entrance was finally discovered inside the third...

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A wooden sculpture of a manly figure surfaced during excavations, prior to the planned construction work for the expansion of Athens Metro to the...

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Archaeologists attempting to reach the next chamber in the Amphipolis tomb have struck a wall of dirt. After cleaning and exposing the mosaic floor...

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Greece found another ally on its rally to bring the Parthenon Marbles back home, in the face of Guardian correspondent in Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, Helena...

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The Spanish shipwreck that lies in the sea bottom just off the coast of Zakynthos, Greece, continues to amaze archaeologists with its hidden treasures....

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Excerpts from the 1986 film “Lord Elgin and Some Stones of No Value” starring Hugh Grant and narrating how Lord Elgin took the Parthenon...

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By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September, a day before the announcement of the discovery...

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A Macedonian tomb in Xanthi, Greece, opens its doors to the public tomorrow morning. The monument remains closed, as there is no permanent security guard...

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Greektoys.org released a 3D video presenting the Amphipolis tomb in northern Greece, including the impressive mosaic found inside the monument. The mosaic depicts Persephone’s abduction by Pluto, in...

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In a press conference following the recent discovery of a stunning mosaic in the Kasta Hill tomb of ancient Amphipolis, Lena Mendoni, general secretary...