Archaeological Treasures from Amvrakia on Display at Arta Museum

  The Archaeological Museum of Arta is displaying never-before-seen finds from the region of Arta, northwestern Greece. Excavations in the area, formerly known as Amvrakia,...

Elephants Roamed Paleolothic-Era Greece

Researchers uncovered a Paleolithic elephant butchering site in Greece, near the modern-day city of Megalopolis. The ancient site was found at an archaeological site known...

Greece Sends 20 Artifacts for Getty Exhibition ‘Egypt-Greece-Rome: Cultures in Contact’ in LA

An exhibition on Egypt's culture and its influence on the Greek and Roman culture will be held from March 27 to September 9, 2018...

Ancient Greek Water-Organ Sounds Again at Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum in Athens is welcoming the summer season with an extraordinary  free concert of music played on an ancient Greek water-organ. The 'hydraulis'...

Is the Mother of Alexander the Great in the Tomb at Amphipolis? Part 2

The newly discovered caryatids at the Amphipolis tomb and the symbolism of a lion suits the case of Olympias being buried in this fascinating ancient Greek tomb.

Amphipolis Tomb Excavation Ends, Labs to Determine Skeleton’s Identity

Greece 's General Secretary of Culture Lina Mendoni on November 14, said that excavation works at the Amphipolis tomb came to an end and...

Free Admission To Greek Museums April 18

To mark World Heritage Day,  there was no admission fee for museums and archaeological sites around Greece is free on April 18. World Heritage Day...

2,000-Year-Old Skeleton Discovered During Second Phase Underwater Excavation of Antikythera Shipwreck

The second phase of the 2016 underwater excavation of the 1st century B.C. Antikythera shipwreck took place from August 28 to September 14 and...

Revenues from Greece’s Archaeological Sites Fall Short

Greece's past is, in a sense, the country's lifeline. But is it being exploited enough? According to recent McKinsey research conducted on behalf of...

World’s Largest Solar Boat Sails into Corinth Port

The world's largest, exclusively solar-powered boat, the Swiss-flagged MS "Tûranor PlanetSolar", sailed into Corinth, Greece, on Thursday. The 31-metre-long catamaran will stay docked in...

Greek Bronzes To Be Exhibited in U.S. and Italy

Monumental bronze sculptures from major museums worldwide, including Greek ones, will be displayed in Florence, Los Angeles and Washington next year in an exhibition...

Greece’s Griffin Warrior Tomb from 1450 B.C. Reveals Rings of Power, Mirror and Combs

Dr. Jack L. Davis and Dr. Sharon R. Stocker, a husband-and-wife archaeologist team at the University of Cincinnati believe that the trove of treasures...

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