Archaeologists Discover a Lost Greek City Dating Back 2,500 Years!

Just five hours north of Athens archaeologists have discovered a lost ancient Greek city dating back some 2,500 years. The discovery of ancient ruins on...

Archaeological Collection of Kozani Reopens After 20 Years

The archaeological collection of the city of Kozani including exhibits from the prehistoric, classical and Roman years that were unearthed in excavation throughout the...

Ancient Aiane Opens Up for the Public

The site of Aiane, the ancient settlement and great necropolis, is revealed in all its glory, giving the history of Macedonia a new dimension. An...

Greeks Make Formal Request to Louvre: Return Venus de Milo

It has been almost 200 years since the famous Greek statue known to Greeks as Aphrodite of Milos, or Venus de Milo, was discovered...

Greek Archaeologist: Another Monument Might be Buried at Amphipolis

A second, much smaller, monument is likely to be buried at the Casta Hill tomb site in Amphipolis, Greek archaeologists believe. According to an ANA-MPE...

‘Byblos and the Sea’ Project Turns to University of Patras for Help Locating Ancient...

Excavations at the ancient coastal town of Byblos, Lebanon, have been ongoing since the 1960s. Recently, the two lead scientific supervisors in the “Byblos and...

Greece’s Archaeological Service Announces Free Entrance to Archaeological Sites and Museums on November 21

Exhibitions, tours, educational programs, and visits to workshops are included in the agenda of the Archaeological Service on November 21. The events are organized by...

U.S. President Barack Obama at Acropolis

U.S. President Barack Obama visited Acropolis on Wednesday morning, on the second day of his official visit to Greece. The visit to Acropolis and Parthenon,...

Restoration of Acropolis Not Impacted By Financial Crisis, Officials Say

The restoration of Athens' Acropolis is an ongoing and important national project, according to Vassiliki Eleftheriou, director of the Acropolis Restoration Service. While speaking on...

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...

Skeleton of Worker From 550 BC Found in Greece

A human skeleton was found on the uninhabited island of Despotiko, that archaeologists believe is the remains of a worker circa 550 BC, says...

Amphipolis Majesty Continues to Surprise as More Secrets Unfold

The mystery occupant of the Amphipolis tomb at Casta Hill that dominated the international media two years ago continues to reveal secrets. New data...

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