The Rhodian Village Where the Locals Speak Cypriot

Have you ever wondered why Rhodians appear to have a slight Cypriot twang when they speak? Greeks on the island of Cyprus date back to...

Another Clay Amphora With Human Bones at Ierapetra, Crete

A clay amphora containing human bones was found in the area of Gra Lygia, Ierapetra, in Crete. This is the second clay amphora with...

Free Full Moon Events Commence Around Greece on August 17

A series of events are planned in sites and museums throughout the country on five nights around the August full moon, which falls on...

Orraon: Ancient Greece’s Best Preserved Settlement

There are only a few ancient Greek building preserved and in most cases only public buildings - temples, auditoriums, stadiums, oracles, markets, cemeteries –...

Skeleton Found In Ancient Zeus Temple

New and significant findings came to light during this year's excavations at the temple of Zeus in Mount Lykaion, in the southwestern part of...

Ancient Cycladic Jewelry on Display at Mykonos Museum

A display of Cycladic jewelry from Neolithic times to present is on display at the renovated Archaeological Museum of Mykonos. The exhibit shows beautiful artifacts...

CultureMin: Declaring Old Airport an Archaeological Site Doesn’t Affect Future Investments

Declaring the site of the former Athens airport at Hellinikon an archaeological site will not affect the investment in any way, Culture Minister Aristidis...

Lost Ancient Greek Statue of Zeus Recreated Through 3D Printing

The ancient Greek statue of Zeus, in Olympia, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world was lost in the 5th century. Archaeologists...

Restoration Work on Parthenon’s Western Pediment to Begin

The Central Archaeological Council (KAS) approved on Wednesday two projects for the restoration of the upright marble slabs and background wall of the drum...

Greek Teens Discover Ancient Tomb in Zagori

Two young Greeks discovered an ancient tomb near the region of Zagori. Archaeologists were excited to find that the tomb had not been looted...

Vergina Opens Doors to New Historical Museum in 2017

A new museum in Vergina has received some 4.5 million euro funding approval from the EU and is set to open in 2017 under...

From Delphi to Google: Ancient Oracle to Modern Day Search Engines

In ancient Greece the people relied heavily on oracles to predict the future, reveal secret information and answers to their deepest questions. One of the...