Tegea Museum Awarded by the European Museum Awards

The Archaeological Museum of Tegea was awarded with special praise from the European Museum Awards, which consists of a jury appointed by the European...

Hermitage Museum to Exhibit Archaic Kore from Acropolis Museum

One of the Athens Acropolis' finest and best-preserved votive korai -- the archaic statues depicting young women -- will be presented outside Greece for...

The Ancient Theatre of Larissa Opens its Doors to the Public

One of the best preserved ancient theatres, the Ancient Theatre of Larissa, Greece, dated back to the 3rd century BC, opened its doors to...

Police Forensic Science Uncovers Ancient DNA from Greek Shipwrecks

The analysis of ancient DNA is a new and powerful method for today's scientists to understand more about life thousands of years ago, according...

Shackled Skeletons Might Tell Story of Rise of Ancient Athens

Archaeologists are to study shackled skeletons found at the ancient cemetery in the Faliro port city in order to understand the rise of the...

Greek Goddesses Appear as Black Women on Ancient Ceramic Cup

The image of black people plays a key role in the reconciliation between the everyday world of ancient Greeks and spiritual revelation, says an...

Visitors, Revenues in Museums and Archaeological Sites Up in Jan-Nov 2015

Visitors to Greek museums in November 2015 increased by 4.9 percent, however, revenues from entrance tickets fell 11.9 pct compared to the same month...

The Amazing History Behind Euboea’s Twin Towers in Greece [video]

The "Twin Towers" in Mitikas, Euboea are built according to 11th century building standards of Western Europe. The towers are 18 meters tall and...

Greece, Russia Launch Cultural Cooperation with Exhibition at Acropolis Museum

Greece and Russia launched their one-year cultural cooperation with the opening on Friday of a small exhibition of three selected golden objects from the...

Amphipolis Turns Into Board Game

The Kasta tomb of Amphipolis has become a board game in which its players are called to rescue the precious findings that are threatened...

Amphipolis Tomb Confirmed to Belong to the Era of Alexander the Great

Archaeologists and historians have confirmed that the tomb discovered at the Casta Hill of Amphipolis belongs to the era of Alexander the Great. A detailed frieze...

Lesvos Fossil Forest Museum to Be Presented in Berlin

The Museum of the Lesvos Petrified Forest at Sigri will have its own pavilion at the World Geoparks Network at the International Tourist Exhibition...