The American School of Classical Studies at Athens to Decode One Thousand 2500-Year-Old Skeletons

Archaeologists and scientists of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens are to study 1,070 skeletons found at Faliro, dating from around 2500...

Archaeological Museum of Heraklion Wins Special Reccomendation in Award Event

The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion in Crete was awarded a Special Commendation at the annual European Museum of the Year Awards (EMYA), during a...

Eupalinos Tunnel, a Masterpiece of Ancient Engineering Opens to Public

The Tunnel of Eupalinos, one of the most extraordinary monuments of craftmanship and construction (1,036 metres carved inside the mountain that towers over the...

The May Day Wreath and Its Roots in Ancient Greece

Maios (Μάιος in Greek), the month of May, took its name from the ancient goddess Maia (in Greek Μαία, the mother, the midwife, she...

German Philhellene Revives Ancient Delphic Games (video)

Philhellene Christian Kirsch is the founder of the International Delphic Council, an organization that revives the Pythian Games of Delphi -- or Delphic Games...

Culture’s Role as Tool of Soft Power and Economic Development Discussed at Civilizations Forum

The many ways in which countries can cooperate in promoting cultural heritage and intercultural dialog were the main topics discussed by the foreign ministers...

PM Tsipras: Cooperation of Civilizations Against Darkness of Utmost Importance

The "Forum of Ancient Civilizations" is an important initiative which starts from Greece with the participation of civilizations that have left their mark in...

Ancient Civilizations Forum in Athens

Greece’s aim through the Ancient Civilizations Forum scheduled in Athens is to give it an institutional character and open it up to more countries,...

Naxos Seeks to Play Leading Role in Sports Tourism

The island of Naxos is expected to play a leading role in sports tourism ahead of the first Naxos Trail to take place on...

Scientists to Examine Air Pollution Damage on Thessaloniki’s Arch of Galerius

Scientists from the environmental pollution control laboratory of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki collected for the first time samples of solid deposits from the...

‘Multicoloured and Gilded’ – the ‘Other Side’ of Ancient Sculpture at the NAM

The National Archaeological Museum announced that the third presentation in its 'Open Museum' programme will be held on April 20 and will focus on...

Kourοi Found on Chios Displayed at Chios Archaeological Museum

The two kourοi from Apollo and Artemis sanctuary at the port of Emporios, Chios island, are now on display at the Archaeological Museum of...

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