Ancient Greeks Fixed Matches 1,700 Years Ago

British historians at the King’s College in London have recently deciphered a delicate Greek papyrus that was discovered more than a century ago, which...

Oldest Weather Report Related to Santorini’s Volcano Eruption

A stone inscription aged 3,500 years old, which was discovered in Egypt, is considered as one of the oldest weather reports in the world...

Greek Bronzes To Be Exhibited in U.S. and Italy

Monumental bronze sculptures from major museums worldwide, including Greek ones, will be displayed in Florence, Los Angeles and Washington next year in an exhibition...

Archeologists Keen on Finding Ancient Greek Shipwrecks

Finding modern ships lost at sea can be a difficult task, even with the help of radars, sonar and satellites. Trying though, to find...

Ancient Greek Oracles and Prophecies

Man’s desire to know what the future holds is nothing new or out of the ordinary. In ancient times, the need to know what...

This Summer, Scientists Will Reveal the Context of the Phaistos Disc

A huge scientific breakthrough thousands of years in the making is imminent this summer, with experts claiming that they will soon be able to decode the...

‘Green Light’ for Private Events on Archaeological Sites

Greece's Central Archaeological Council (KAS) has given the “green light” to events being organized by individuals on the premises of the Panathenaic Stadium and the Stoa...

Five New Royal Tombs Discovered in Vergina

Five new royal tombs have come to light during excavations at the royal necropolis of Aegae, in Northern Greece. The Temenid burial cluster was found...
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Lost Heritage: The Jews of Thessaloniki

By Nota Karamaouna* - One of the fundamental features of Thessaloniki – Greece’s second city, sometimes known as Salonica – since its very foundation in...

Greek Kingdoms of Bactria and India Through Coins Exhibition

The Greek Numismatic Museum, in collaboration with Alpha Bank, is presenting "The Greek Kingdoms of Bactria and India" through an exhibition of their coin collection,...

Video-Games Based on Greek Archeology and Mythology

Greece ’s archeology and mythology is without doubt very rich. Many times in the past it has been a great source of inspiration for...

Museum Hosts Replica of Argo Ship

A museum in the port city of Volos in eastern Greece will host the replica of Argo, the legendary ship propelled by 50 oars-men...

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