New Revelations: Tenant of Amphipolis Tomb is A Member of The Royal Macedonian Family

In a press conference following the recent discovery of a stunning mosaic in the Kasta Hill tomb of ancient Amphipolis, Lena Mendoni, general secretary...

Greek Antiquities Pillaged By Nazis

The pillaging of Greek antiquities during the German Occupation of WWII could surpass more than 8,500, according to the journalist Giorgos Lekakis. If those...

The Food of Ancient Cretans

The American anthropologist and archaeologist, Jerolyn Morrison, stated that 100 years ago, Cretans used to eat food that was more similar to the food...

16th Century Greek Fortress Hosts New Archaeological Museum

A new archaeological museum for Pylos, SW Peloponnese, will be inaugurated on Saturday at a building within the 16th-century fortress of Niokastro (“new castle”). The...

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Greece

Visitors in Greece can enjoy inspiring trips into artistic, cultural, historical, and folkloric traditions approaching seventeen magnificent Greek monuments that are included on the...

Philippi’s Strong Candidacy for UNESCO World Heritage Monuments List

Greece will travel to the 40th annual meeting of UNESCO World Heritage in Istanbul with a positive recommendation that will probably include the archaeological...
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Most Popular Professions in Ancient Greece

The inscriptions on the exhibits Epigraphical Museum in Athens, Greece, reveal which professions were the most popular among the ancient Greeks. Painter, mason (architect or carpenter),...
Amphipolis Tomp Discovery and Findings Excavation Progress

Amphipolis Tomb Timeline: What We Know So Far About the Magnificent Ancient Greek Monument

This article gets updated constantly, as new findings of the Alexander the Great-era tomb surface from the Casta hill in Amphipolis, Greece.  The recent archaeological discoveries...

Over 400+ Archaeological Sites Discovered in Northern Greece During Construction of Trans Adriatic Pipeline

More new archaeological sites have been uncovered in Central Macedonia as the construction phase of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) continues to traverse through...

Hermitage Museum to Exhibit Archaic Kore from Acropolis Museum

One of the Athens Acropolis' finest and best-preserved votive korai -- the archaic statues depicting young women -- will be presented outside Greece for...

Ancient Greek Sites Desecrated By Football Fans’ Graffiti

Unknown perpetrators spray-painted football slogans on the remains of the famous Athenian "Long Walls," inspired originally by Athenian politician and general Themistocles and built after Xerxes'...

Ancient City Revealed in Larnaca

A part of the city dated back to the 16th-Century B.C., located close to the international airport of Larnaca, was brought to light by...

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