Meaning, Symbolisms of Ancient Greek Alphabet letters

Decoding Hidden Meanings of Ancient Greek Alphabet Letters

According to the Greek Alphabet Code, letters of the Ancient Greek Alphabet reach out to our present times modified or “deformed”, compared to their original form,...

Swiss Envoy Describes ‘Intense Collaboration’ on Greek Archaeology

Switzerland's ambassador to Greece has spoken of the "intense collaboration" between the two countries when it comes to archaeology. Speaking earlier this week Hans-Rudolf Hodel...

Archaeologists Discover a Lost Greek City Dating Back 2,500 Years!

Just five hours north of Athens archaeologists have discovered a lost ancient Greek city dating back some 2,500 years. The discovery of ancient ruins on...

Europe Day: 100 Refugees Tour Acropolis With Greek Minister

Greek Culture Minister Aristidis Baltas will guide a hundred refugees around the ancient site of the Acropolis. The refugees - mainly families from hospitality...

Samaras to Visit Antikythera as Famous Shipwreck is Mapped

On Sunday, October 5, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras will visit the area of the famous Antikythera shipwreck. The trip comes as a group of Greek, American and Swiss...

Fortress Town of Osdina Opens to Public

The remarkable fortified settlement of Osdina or Ouzdina in the region of Thesprotia, western Greece, opened to the public Tuesday, October 20, under the...

Lake Karla: Important Archaeological Discoveries

A farm-house, a Neolithic settlement, an inn, a ceramic furnace and scores of artifacts were discovered by archaeologists at Lake Karla located in Thessaly....

Tegea Museum Awarded by the European Museum Awards

The Archaeological Museum of Tegea was awarded with special praise from the European Museum Awards, which consists of a jury appointed by the European...

5 Major Greek Archaeological Finds of 2015

This year was eventful for Greece, especially in regards to the political and economic developments, however, a quick look in the past year also...
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Aristotle Tomb Finder Claims Political Intervention Almost ‘Buried’ the Monument [Video]

Aristotle's tomb was almost "buried" by politicians in Greece who wanted to create a gold mine in the area where the 2400 year-old monument...

Germans Return Priceless Saints Relics to Cyprus, Once Looted From the Occupied North

A priceless case which includes relics of nine Orthodox Christian saints was returned to Cyprus' Orthodox Church recently, and it was exhibited before the...

Weighing the Evidence: Is It ‘Really’ Aristotle’s Tomb?

Archeaologist Kostantinos Sismanidis had a moment of revelation after 20 years of excavations at the site of ancient Stagira. Suddenly, it occurred to him...

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