Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece

Is The Acropolis Museum Losing the Numbers Game?

An opinion piece by Dr James Beresford* - Since opening in June 2009, the €129 million Acropolis Museum has become the most popular museum in Greece....

Zincirli Mosque Opens its Gates

Zincirli mosque, which opened its doors after two centuries, reveals the architectural achievements of the Ottoman Empire. The heavy black chains that kept it tightly closed...

Greek Council Lists Megara as Archaeological Site

Today, the Greek Central Archaeological Council (KAS) voted for an area of 4,000 hectares in the western Attica region, Megara. After the voting procedure,...

Acropolis Museum Celebrates “Oxi Day”

In celebration of "Oxi Day," on October 28, Acropolis Museum will offer its visitors free admission and special events. October 28 is an important national...

The Ancient Theatre of Sparta in Way of Restoration

It stands for its size, quality and the luxury of its construction. The ancient theatre of Sparta, built around 30-20 B.C., is located north...

Photo Exhibition for 40 years of AUTH Geology Department

The Department of Geology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), in celebration of the 40 years of its function, is organizing a photo...

Archaeologist and KKE Deputy George Hourmouziadis Passes Away

The Greek archaeologist, Professor Emeritus of prehistoric archaeology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and former KKE deputy George Hourmouziadis passed away on Oct...
Meaning, Symbolisms of Ancient Greek Alphabet letters

Decoding Hidden Meanings of Ancient Greek Alphabet Letters

According to the Greek Alphabet Code, letters of the Ancient Greek Alphabet reach out to our present times modified or “deformed”, compared to their original form,...

Greeks were Seafood Lovers since the Prehistoric Era

The sea has been plentiful dating back to prehistoric times, providing Greeks with tasty offerings such as sargos, groupers and scorpionfish, which to this...

2,700-Year-Old Portico Discovered in Greece

A 2,700-year-old portico was discovered this summer on the site of the ancient city of Argilos in northern Greece, following an archaeological excavation led...

Two Arrests For Smuggling 7,000-Year Old Figurines

According to information released by Hellenic Police, a rare antiquity statuette, estimated to be older than 7,000 years, was confiscated after authorities arrested two...

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...

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