Eight New Shipwrecks Discovered During Underwater Exploration Near Fournoi

SThe remains of eight shipwrecks from periods spanning the Classical ancient Greece to the first half of the 20th century were discovered in an...

Greek Archaeological Sites to Shut Down Midday During Heatwave

Archaeological sites with extended summer visiting hours will be shut down in the middle of the day as of Wednesday, and for as long...

Discovery Reveals Ancient Greek Theaters Used Moveable Stages Over 2,000 Years Ago

Following research by an architectural expert from Kumamoto University, Japan, it has been revealed that Ancient Greek theaters used movable wooden stages some 2,000...

Greece, Italy Collaborate to Preserve Ancient Mansion in Sea Bottom

Greek and Italian archaeologists are collaborating on a program to preserve an ancient mansion at the bottom of the sea of Ancient Epidaurus. The underwater...

Golden Crown and Golden Wreath to Be Presented at Mytilene Archaeological Museum

The Antiquities Ephorate of Lesvos in the context of the cultural action "Unique finds at the Archaeological Museum of Mytilene" will present on Wednesday...

Almost 40 Years Later the Acropolis Restoration Project Is Still Going Strong

The Acropolis Restoration Project continues with a 5 million euro budget for the next phase which is expected to last until 2020 and will...

The Trireme ‘Olympias’ to Sail Once Again in July & September, Hellenic Navy Announces

The trireme "Olympias" - a full-scale working reconstruction of an ancient Athenian battleship - will sail the waters of the Saronic Gulf once again...

Idomeni Always an Important North-South Route, Archaeologists Say

For several months after the autumn of 2015, the sleepy village of Idomeni and the refugee camp that grew up along Greece's northern border...

Greece Sends 20 Artifacts for Getty Exhibition ‘Egypt-Greece-Rome: Cultures in Contact’ in LA

An exhibition on Egypt's culture and its influence on the Greek and Roman culture will be held from March 27 to September 9, 2018...

Culture and Sports Ministry: Significant Finds from Underwater Excavation at Delos

The remains of ancient coastal structures and a port, a large number of shipwrecks dating back to various eras and significant smaller finds were...

New Fossils Discovered Suggest That Humans Started Off in Greece, Not Africa

New evidence of fossils unveiled by archaeologist Nikolai Spassov suggests that the human species is likely to have had its origins in Greece, not...

The Ancient City of Aptera, Crete, to be Revealed at Special Event in Athens

The ancient city of Aptera, one of the most important cities of Ancient Crete will be presented in an event that will be held...

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