Plato Academy Surroundings Redefined

The Greek Council of State has ruled that proposed structures near the archeological site of Plato’s Academy must be limited in size according to...

Pedestrian, Archaeological Links For Athens

Two new rambling roads and green respite areas, along with archaeological and Byzantine research sites will be soon constructed in Athens. The first one is...

Antikythera Wreck’s Final Museum Run

The unique exhibition, The Antikythera Shipwreck: the Ship, the Treasures, the Mechanism, which is currently on show at the Archaeological Museum in Athens, will...

Stoa Poikile to be Further Uncovered

The American School of Classical Studies in Athens is all set to continue excavations at the site of the Stoa Poikile in Monastiraki, Athens...

Crete Wants Minoans on UNESCO List

Crete  is still pushing for Knossos to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is now preparing a new folder titled Minoan civilization, which will...

The Caves of Mt. Athos Revealed (video)

Even after centuries of mystery and discovery, Greece's Mt. Athos remains a lure and one of the most intriguing sites in the country. Its...

New Excavations in Despotikon

The important excavation that has been going on during the last few years on the little island Despotikon and the islet Tsimindiri, just outside...

Minoan Shipyard Found On Crete

The first Minoan shipyard where big ships were constructed will be presented in a conference on Ancient Greek Technology, which will be held in...

Restoration Works on Ancient Theatre of Sikyon

The Hellenistic theatre at Sicyon was built between 303 and 251 BC and was altered at least twice by the Romans. The scene building...

Delphi To Get $800,000 Makeover

One of Greece's favorite and most treasured archaeological sites, Delphi, will undergo 600,000 euros ($803,000) in restoration work through the Operational Program Thessaly -...

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