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Australian Aboriginals Have Been Baking Bread for 34,000 Years

The Egyptians have long been thought of as the first bread makers, believed to have begun baking bread around 8000 BC. However, recent findings...

Ancient Greeks, Aboriginal Australians Saw Same Constellations

Many of the constellations we know in the night sky were named according to the myths of the ancient Greeks. But similar stories are told...

Greeks in Melbourne Impressed by Aboriginal Academic’s Lecture

Distinguished Aboriginal academic and activist Dr. Gary Foley called for the Parthenon Marbles' and Australian indigenous artifacts' return from the British Museum to their...

Aboriginal Activist to Give Lecture on Parthenon Marbles’ Return

Starting this Thursday, the 2015 Greek History and Culture Seminar series, organized by the Greek Community of Melbourne for the fifth consecutive year, will...

Aboriginal Student Scores Ace in Modern Greek

Katarina Hitchcock, a student of Aboriginal descent, made ​​history after ranking top among many students who participated in the Leaving Certificate examination of the...

Greek-Australian Archie Kalokerinos, Doctor to Aboriginal Children in Australia, Passes Away

Archie Kalokerinos passed away peacefully on March 1st, 2012 in Sydney, at the age of 85. Archie’s service of thanksgiving took place at St....

Alick Jackomos: Greek Hero of the Victorian Aboriginal Community

The Victorian Government recently honored twenty eminent Aboriginal people. One of them was Merle Jackomos, who was honored for providing service to the Yorta...

Greek-Australian John Ioannou Promotes Aboriginal Art

John Ioannou was born in Yugoslavia in 1961 and travelled to Greece in 1967, then came out to Australia in 1970. He got into...

Aboriginal Dancers Perform Zorba the Greek in China

Lionel Dhulmanawuy, an Aboriginal dancer from a far northern Australian island, points to his dry skin: Beijing's winter is "powerfully cold", he says. Dhulmanawuy and...

Did the Ancient Greeks See Blue Like We Do?

Linguists and experts in the ancient world have long been puzzled by the absence of a distinct word for the color in Ancient Greek.