New Theories on Buried in Amphipolis Tomb

The search for the identity of the buried in the Amphipolis tomb, Greece, has led archaeologists and historians to create new scenarios, with family...

Thessaloniki Exhibition Presents True Biography of Prehistoric People

The evolution of biological human history is finally recomposed and will be narrated during the "Ancient DNA: a window to the past and future" exhibition, hosted at the...

Neolithic Woman’s Reconstructed Face to be Revealed in Athens on Jan. 19

The reconstructed face of a woman who lived around 7000 BC will be revealed at the Acropolis Museum on January 19. "Avgi" is the newest...

“Parthenon of Thessaloniki” to be Buried Under an Apartment Block

Local residents of Thessaloniki in northern Greece are outraged by a decision to build an apartment block on top of a recently discovered ancient Greek temple...

Taking an Afternoon Odyssey in an Ancient Greek Warship (video+photos)

“The roaring seas and many a dark range of mountains lie between us,” wrote Homer in The Iliad. Luckily for Greek Reporter and over...

Work to Repair Damage at Looted Zominthos Dig to Begin on Monday

Greece's culture ministry has announced that work will begin on Monday to restore damage caused by illegal digging carried out by looters at the...

Google Celebrates 95 Years Since the Birth of Melina Mercouri

Today's google doodlle is dedicated to Melina Mercouri, with a sketch of the famous Greek actress and politician with the Parthenon serving as her...

Aristotle’s Lyceum Scheduled to Open Late Summer

The Lyceum Area in ancient Athens was a suburb named after a temple dedicated to Apollo Lyceus. Aristotle's Lyceum was established in this area...

Restoration Work on Parthenon’s Western Pediment to Begin

The Central Archaeological Council (KAS) approved on Wednesday two projects for the restoration of the upright marble slabs and background wall of the drum...

Alamuddin Arrives in Athens to Discuss Parthenon Mables with Greek Government

Amal Alamuddin, new bride to the “eternal bachelor” George Clooney, is en route to Athens today. Along with three other London-based lawyers, she comes to the...

Rumor that Amphipolis Dead is Mother of Alexander Not Substantiated

The Greek Ministry of Culture issued a statement yesterday refuting allegations that the skeleton found in the Amphipolis tomb belongs to Olympias, mother of...

New Study Suggests Theory Of Early Humans In Naxos

The “Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project (SNAP)”, directed by Dr. Tristan Carter of McMaster University, under the auspices of the Canadian Institute in Greece, suggests that early humans could have...

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