Amphipolis Tomb Tops NBC 2014 Scientific Mysteries List

The Amphipolis tomb riddle tops the NBC list of scientific mysteries for 2014. The tomb's discovery in Casta Hill, northern Greece, generated one of the biggest...

Alexander’s Tomb May Not Be Found

On Aug. 22, the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports published an announcement on its official website about the way the media handled the...

Observer: Return the Parthenon Marbles

Greece found another ally on its rally to bring the Parthenon Marbles back home, in the face of Guardian correspondent in Greece, Turkey and Cyprus, Helena...

Amphipolis: New Photos Released

A wealth of new discoveries is gradually being uncovered as the excavation of the Ancient Amphipolis tomb continues. The Ministry of Culture and Sports issued...

Ancient Greek Port Revealed Near Corinth, Peloponnese

An ancient Greek port was revealed and recorded at the location of the Ancient Lechaion harbor, in the area of the modern Corinth Gulf,...

Greek Archaeological Body Approves New 5-year Excavation at Antikythera Shipwreck

An international archaeological expedition diving at the site of the Antikythera shipwreck in southern Greece has received the green light to continue its investigation...

TIME: ‘Privatization Will Save the Treasure of Ancient Greece’

The well-known magazine TIME, conducted  a thorough report on the exploitation of the ancient Greek antiquities and treasures. In particular, the article mentions the...

Amphipolis: Caryatids’ Full Body Revealed-New Photos

The new discoveries from the tomb of Amphipolis in Greece, that keep coming to light, have caused admiration across the world. Photos released by the Greek Culture Ministry...

Painted Decoration in Amphipolis Is Brought to Light [Photos]

Painted decoration is revealed gradually as maintenance work is progressing in the seven sections of marble architraves belonging to the third and most sophisticated chamber...

Position of Sphinx’s Head Raises Questions

The discovery of the missing sphinx's head inside the third chamber of the Amphipolis tomb – 12 meters from the entrance– has raised several intriguing...

First Greek University Was On Crete

An important center of literature and education of the Byzantine years, which could be considered as the first Greek university, was excavated by Professor...

Did the Amphipolis Tomb Commemorate Hephaistion?

By Andrew Chugg* The archaeological team responsible for the recent excavation campaigns at the Amphipolis Tomb gave a lecture on 30th September 2015 in which...

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