Archaeology

Archaeology

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The Greek government’s request for the Parthenon Marbles’ return to Greece, which is being facilitated by UNESCO, was once again denied, via two letters sent...

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"This is an incredible construction, using ingenious solutions to insurmountable engineering and construction problems," said Professor of Civil Engineering Department of the Aristotle University of...

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It was confirmed last Thursday, March 12, that Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) will undertake a five-year project in order to protect the Greek cultural heritage...

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The Acropolis Museum will be open free of charge on Wednesday, March 25, to celebrate Greece 's Independence Day, it announced. From 9 a.m. to...

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Greek Deputy Culture Minister Nikos Xydakis has earlier ruled out the possibility of a potential new funding in support of the Amphipolis excavation. While in...

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The British House of Commons will discuss on Monday Greece's demand for the return of the Parthenon sculptures to their rightful home. Greece has asked...

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The famed Lion of Amphipolis statue could not have been placed on the Casta hill covering a controversial tomb in northern Greece's archaeological site, specialists...

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Clay figurines and other important findings were unearthed by archaeologists in the Tsakiridis section in the center of the ancient Greek city Aegae in...

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It was revealed on Monday that the archaeological site of Philippi in northern Greece will be a candidate to become one of UNESCO’s World...

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An unnamed Greek shipping tycoon has offered to pay the fees of Amal Clooney and the law firm she works for, Doughty Street Chambers, in...

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The head archaeologists in Amphipolis, Katerina Peristeri has finally spoken after months of silence, giving a new twist to the case that piqued the...

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By Andrew Chugg* An announcement by the Greek Ministry of Culture on 19th January 2015 has revealed that the skeletal remains uncovered by archaeologists in...