Argolic Gulf: The Atlantis of Greece

Scientists from Greece and Switzerland will take part in the PlanetSolar 2014 expedition in the Argolic Gulf , Greece in an effort to discover the most...

Parthenon Marbles Removed for Exhibition Purposes

An exhibition on ancient Greece will take place at the new Sainsbury Exhibitions Gallery section of the British Museum in London next spring. According to...

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...

Dr. Miller on Nemea Guard Layoffs

According to Dr. Stephen G. Miller, an acknowledged American archaeologist and director of the Nemea excavations, the Nemea stadium is at the risk of...

Pythagoras: A Mysterious Personality, Religion and the Infamous Theorem

By Konstantinos Kalachanis Like philosophy, the sciences of math can change anything in the lives of people directly involved with it. It can absorb one...

“Avgi”, the Mesolithic Teenager, Makes her Debut at the Acropolis Museum

The reconstruction of the face of "Avgi", a teenager who lived in 7,000 BC, was revealed at the Acropolis Museum on Friday during an...

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...

Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis? Part 6:...

By Andrew Chugg* I wrote my initial article on this question on the morning of 6th September, a day before the announcement of the discovery...

Sunken Ruin Possibly Described by Pausanias Discovered in Salamis

An underwater ruin that could be the remains of a public building situated near the port of Salamis in antiquity - possibly one seen...

Amphipolis Tomb Excavation Ends, Labs to Determine Skeleton’s Identity

Greece 's General Secretary of Culture Lina Mendoni on November 14, said that excavation works at the Amphipolis tomb came to an end and...

Amazing Ancient Greek Carving Baffles Scientists

A carved gem found in a 3,500-year-old grave in Pylos, Greece is still mystifying scientists who cannot fathom how such advanced engraving skills originated in...

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...

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