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The Top Archaeological Sites You Absolutely Must See in Greece

With a history as rich and expansive as that of  Greece, it is no surprise that there are countless archaeological sites that you should...

The Platonic Academy of Athens: The World’s First University

Τhe Platonic Academy, or simply, ''The Academy'', was a famous school in ancient Athens founded by Plato in 428/427 BC and located a couple of...

The Anniversary of the Discovery of King Philip II’s Tomb

The discovery of the tomb of Philip II, King of Macedonia and father of Alexander the Great, is one of the most important archaeological...

Greek Municipalities Sue Over Privatization of Archaeological Sites

Five Greek municipalities and the Hellenic Archaeologists Association have appealed to the Greek Council of State, the country's highest administrative court, calling for the...

Greek Police Arrest Man in Possession of Ancient Column Top

Greek police announced on Saturday that they have arrested a 51-year-old Greek man in possession of a valuable archaeological artifact — the top of...

Magnificent Ancient Statues Unearthed in Central Greece

At least four marble statues of kouroi and parts of an ancient cemetery were discovered by a farmer near the town of Atalanti in...
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Discover Pavlopetri, the Underwater Ancient Greek City (Video)

Located off the Peloponnesean coast lies a secret treasure of antiquity: the ancient city of Pavlopetri. This magical city is thought to have been...

Everyday Life in Ancient Athens

Everyday life in Ancient Athens of the Hellenistic era was more exciting than in most ancient cities mainly due to the fact that Greeks...
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Santorini Volcano Explosion Dates Changed: Piece of Olive Tree Found on Thirasia Changes Everything

The dating of a piece of olive tree found on Thirasia will move the dating of the eruption of Santorini's volcano a few decades...

Discover The First ‘University’ in The World, Macedonia’s School of Aristotle

A place of universal historic and cultural interest, the ruins of the School of Aristotle located are just two miles from the contemporary town...

Greek Shipwreck Graveyard Reveals Even More Ancient Treasures

Following the recent unexpected discovery of at least 58 ancient shipwrecks in the archipelago of the Greek island of Fournoi, still more treasures have...

Ancient Palaestra Discovered in Greece’s Eretria

A new public building that dates back to the 4th century BC was discovered in the archaeological site of Eretria, in Greece’s Evia island. The...

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