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Ancient ‘Odyssey’ Find Will Attract Visitors to Greece, Says Olympia Mayor

Ancient Olympia has once again highlighted as a monument to world cultural heritage, following the recent discovery of possibly the oldest copy of Homer's...

‘Oldest’ Record of Homer’s Greek Odyssey Unearthed at Olympia

A clay tablet with an engraved inscription is the "oldest extant" record of Homer's Odyssey, experts are saying. It was discovered after three years of...

Homer’s Odyssey Is Officially the World’s Most Influential Story

Homer's Odyssey has been voted as the most influential story to have shaped the world, according to a poll of more than 100 international authors,...

New Assassin’s Creed Game Set in Ancient Greece (video)

  Millions of gamers throughout the world will do battle in ancient Greece which will provide the setting for the new series of the popular...

The Ancient Greek Roots of Feta Cheese

As Greece fights to maintain the name of feta cheese as a Protected Designation of Origin (PDI) product, the Real Greek Feta website provides...

National Archaeological Museum Highlights 150-Year Anniversary With ‘Odyssey’ Exhibition

The National Archaeological Museum (NAM) celebrates its 150th anniversary on October 3, with a new temporary exhibition, titled "Odyssey." In this way, the museum...

Greek Physicist Rider Cycles from London to Bologna in 21 Days [pictures]

Physicist Stathis Eleftheriadis, aged 36, challenged himself to cycle from London to Bologna, Italy. The cycling enthusiast from Kozani decided to take on the...

“Odyssey” Trireme Travels you Around Lefkada [video]

Photo-journalist Petros Nazos visited the beautiful island of Lefkada and met Captain Gerasimos and his unique ship, "Odyssey". Odyssey is tourist boat, which is a...

Homer’s Odyssey at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens

The National Archaeological Museum in Athens will have a special place in this year's International Museum Day (May 18) as it has been chosen...

Warrior Tomb Treasure Intact for 3,500 Years Unearthed in Greece

Archaeologists in Greece have unearthed an intact Bronze Age warrior’s tomb, dating back 3,500 years, which is filled with more than 1,400 objects, including...

Homer is a Tradition, not a Person, British Historian Says

Homer should not be thought of as a person but as a tradition, said historian and award-winning author Adam Nicolson. In his latest book titled...
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Homer’s Odyssey And Iliad in LEGO

It is not only the Greeks that have been taught and are aware of  Homer’s works. The famous epics of the ancient Greek poet...

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