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Countless Treasures Found in the Excavations for the Subway in Thessaloniki

Macedonians discovered a valuable treasure hid in the bowels of the earth, thanks to the methodical excavations undertaken in the construction of the Thessaloniki metro. Many artifacts found in the excavation, from items such as gold hoops, benches, and thousands of everyday objects, up...

“From Nubia to Sudan” With the Greek-Norwegian Archaeological Mission

by Zdravka Mihaylova TWO BRIGHT YOUNG SCHOLARS ON ARCHAEOLOGY AND WATER POLITICS Interview with Alexandros Tsakos and Henriette Hafsaas-Tsakos Last October the Benaki Museum of Islamic...

40 Old Epigraphs Shown in Delphi Exhibit

An exhibition entitled ''Delphic Letters: Journey through the old epigraphs of the pan-Hellenic sanctuary'' has been organised by Greece's 14th Classical and Prehistorical antiques...

Greek Filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos Dies after Motorcycle Accident

Internationally recognized Greek filmmaker and producer Theodoros Angelopoulos died on Tuesday night after he was seriously injured by a passing motorcycle in the area...

The Louvre Travels To Thessaloniki

In response to the successful exhibition entitled “In the kingdom of Alexander the Great – Ancient Macedonia” in France this year, the Louvre Museum...

The Parthenon’s Ever-Changing Veneer

The ruins of the Parthenon crown the modern city of Athens with a hazy ambiguity. To the world outside of Athens, the stunning monument...

Greek Professor Reconstructs ‘Myrtis’ to Support Global Eradication of Disease

“Myrtis” was named by the archaeologists that discovered her bones in 1994-1995, in a mass grave with another 150 skeletons in the Athenian district...

Ex Minister Says Acropolis Could Be Leased

Greek conservative New Democracy MP and former deputy health minister Gerasimos Giakoumatos suggested on Monday that the Acropolis and other archaeological sites be leased...

Greek Language Fantasy Thriller “The Winter” by Konstantinos Koutsoliotas

The traditional reading of the flytzani, where everyone’s destiny is hidden, the old newspapers of Siatista, its centuries-old houses and the prejudices of its...

Iran’s 3rd Traditional Carpet Exhibition in Athens

Hand-woven Persian rugs have attracted visitors at Iran's third traditional carpet exhibition held in the Greek capital, Athens, says a report. In the inaugural ceremony...

Aegean Islands Treasures on Display in Athens

The Cycladic Art Museum of Athens, in collaboration with the Greek Ministry of Culture and Tourism, has opened a series of archaeological exhibitions dedicated...

2 Greeks Arrested for Possessing 2,600-Year-Old Helmet

According to a Greek police statement, 2 men have been arrested Thursday in Pyrgos for allegedly having illegally unearthed and possessing a 2,600-year-old bronze...

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