What Would Ancient Greek Music Sound Like?

What did the Sirens sing to enchant sailors? How did the ancient Greek melodies sound like and how different was the song's tempo compared...

New Alexander the Great-Era Tomb Found in Vergina

An unlooted tomb that appears to belong to a man who died during the Alexander the Great era has been unearthed in Vergina, northern...

Greek Deities and Their Roman Counterparts

The mythology of ancient Greece shares many mythological deities with the mythology of ancient Rome, figures that pose common lineages, dominions and attributes, but...

The Famous Palace of Knossos and its History

Knossos, the famous Minoan Palace lies five kilometers southeast of Heraklion, in the valley of the river Kairatos, in Crete. Ιn Greek mythology, the...

Christmas Gift Giving Traditions

You can't really celebrate Christmas without giving  your loved ones gifts and cards, whether they are big presents, or small, the aim is to...

Archeologists Keen on Finding Ancient Greek Shipwrecks

Finding modern ships lost at sea can be a difficult task, even with the help of radars, sonar and satellites. Trying though, to find...

Integral Skeleton Found in Amphipolis Tomb

The new discovery of a grave made of limestone allegedly containing a wooden coffin with an integral human skeleton inside the Kasta Hill tomb...

Anonymous: Macedonian Name Dispute (video)

  The Anonymous released a video with their view on the the Macedonian Name issue criticizing F.Y.R.O.M. for their stubbornness on using "Macedonia" as their...

Ancient Greece’s 5,160 Original Names

Have you ever wondered how many different names there are in use today all over the world? We may not have the answer, but...

Uluburun Shipwreck At Acropolis Museum

The Uluburun Shipwreck will be the subject of a scientific conference to be held March 14 at the Acropolis Museum by Bronze Age navigation...

Greek Myths That Have a Religious Background

by Lauren DeVoe, Demand Media All Greek myths are religious. These myths were stories about the various gods and heroes that accounted for the creation...
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Commemorating the 1914-23 Greek Pontic Genocide

Various events took place in Athens during the week of May 5, 2014, in memory of the Greek Pontic genocide by the Ottoman Empire...

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