Australian Archaeologists in Cyprus Exhibit

An exhibition of Cyprus Antiquities from the collection of the Nicholson Museum (University of Sydney), which is considered among the most important collections of...

Greek-Australian Hunting Ali Pasha’s Treasure

A Greek-Australian treasure hunter, Vangelis Dimas, is financing an excavation to locate the hoard of Ali Pasha, a murderous ruler of the Ottoman Occupation...

Historic Nicosia Book Opens The City

The new book, Historic Nicosia, which brought together leading historians and academics, outlines the history of the capital Nicosia and will be launched on...

Cypriots Will Sue British Over Torture Claims

More than half a century after bloody battles to win independence from British colonial rule, Cypriots who said they were tortured plan to sue...

On the Trail of Ho Chi Minh in Edessa

According to the first Vietnamese Ambassador to Greece Vu Binh,who visited Edessa in response to an invitation from Mayor Dimitris Giannou to mark Oxi...

Santorini’s Prehistoric Akrotiri Harbor Studied

Research that began earlier this year is still underway at the lost port of Akrotiri on Santorini island. Akrotiri is the name of the...

Last Survivor of Greek Submarine Papanikolis

"When we made it to the submarine base the sirens were blaring, the navy band was playing endlessly and the Commander was floating on...

Katakolo’s Museum: Ancient Greece Ahead of its Time

The Ancient Greek Technology Museum of Kostas Kotsanas in Katakolo, Pyrgos, Greece, hosts the most comprehensive exhibition of its kind in the world, shedding...

Old Sundial Found in Chalkidiki

One of the rarest sundials dating from the Greco-Roman period was found in Polichrono in Chalkidiki.This sundial is not a usual one as it...

The Balkan Wars – 100 Years Later

This year is the 100th anniversary of the Balkan Wars, which engulfed Greece, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro. The combined armies of the Balkan states...

Thessaloniki Symposium Marks Centennial Liberation

Thessaloniki will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its liberation and incorporation into Greece with a three-day international symposium and an historical exhibition open to...

Archaeologists Revisit Ancient Greek Computer Wreck Site

A new search has begun at a Greek island where an ancient device known as the world's "oldest computer" was found more than over...

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