The Heart of European Shipping Beats in Piraeus

Maritime industry representatives, the officials who formulate maritime policy in Europe's ports, will arrive at the port of Piraeus from May 28 to 31, to celebrate the European...

Early Christian Olive Press on Display in Mytilene’s Archaeological Museum

An olive press dating back to the early Christian era, found on the Aegean island of Lesvos, is to be presented to the public...
Amphipolis Tomp Discovery and Findings Excavation Progress

Amphipolis Tomb Timeline: What We Know So Far About the Magnificent Ancient Greek Monument

This article gets updated constantly, as new findings of the Alexander the Great-era tomb surface from the Casta hill in Amphipolis, Greece.  The recent archaeological discoveries...

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...

National Geographic: Who Lies in Ancient Amphipolis Tomb?

“Who's Buried in Largest Tomb in Northern Greece? New Finds Raise Intrigue,” is the title of a National Geographic article on the excavations taking place...

U.S. President Obama to Speak Overlooking Acropolis

U.S. President Barack Obama will make his keynote speech in Athens at the Pnyka ancient site overlooking the Acropolis Hill, after Greece’s Central Archaeological...

Bronze Arm Recovered from Ancient Antikythera Ship Wreck (photos)

A bronze arm from the ancient shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera was recovered by marine archaeologists. Divers found the right arm, encrusted and...
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Support the Restoration of the Ancient Agora of Athens (VIDEO)

The Leontida Foundation as part of its activities to promote Greek history, culture and democracy invites you to spread and support the campaign for...

Amphipolis Tomb: All Circus, No Bread at Greece’s Newly Found “Archaeological Disneyland”

It was Christmas of 1977 when Greek archaeologist Manolis Andronikos announced the discovery of the royal tomb of King Philip of Macedonia and father...

Amphipolis Tomb: Monument Despoiled Says Head Archaeologist at the Last Press Conference

Katerina Peristeri who led the excavation process at Amphipolis Tomb and head of the Antiquities Ephorate in Serres, northern Greece spoke about the excavation. Meanwhile,...

Piraeus Port’s Ancient Ietonian Gate to be Upgraded

The archaeological site of the Ietionian Gate in Piraeus will be upgraded and is expected to be ready to open to the public in...

World’s Wrestlers Gather In Olympia

With the International Olympic Committee (IOC) ready to drop wrestling starting with the 2020 Games, many of the world's top young wrestlers are hoping...

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