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Football Started in Greece, Ancient Artifact Reveals

A relief exhibited at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece shows an ancient  Greek youth practicing by balancing a football on his thigh...

Ancient Greek Artifacts Unearthed on Crete

Hundreds of ancient Greek artifacts, including clay figurines of female figures dedicated to the Greek goddess Demeter, were discovered at the ancient Phalasarna Acropolis...

Ancient Cycladic Artifacts Unveiled for the First Time in Athens

Fifteen ancient Greek artifacts from the Leonard Stern Collection were displayed for the first time in Athens at the Museum of Cycladic Art. The Cycladic...

Ancient Roman Artifact Used as Coffee Table for Nearly 50 Years

A couple in New York has been using a priceless ancient Roman artifact as a coffee table for nearly 50 years. The incredible story of...

Temple of Solomon Artifacts Discovered in Israel

For the first time, ivories from the time of the First Temple of Solomon have been uncovered in Israel. Archeologists from Tel Aviv University and...

300,000 Ancient Artifacts Found During Thessaloniki Metro Works

More than three hundred thousand ancient artifacts were discovered during the construction of the Thessaloniki metro system, Culture & Sports Minister Lina Mendoni said...

1,800 Year-Old Artifacts Unearthed in Ancient Greek City of Metropolis

An ongoing excavation in the ancient Greek city of Metropolis has led to the discovery of 150 amphorae and water jugs found in a...

Cambodia Claims Stolen Artifacts are at New York’s Met Museum

  The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is suspected to be home to no less than 33 antiquities that were stolen by a...

Seventh-Century BC Artifacts Unearthed on Greece’s Lesvos

On Lesvos, three buildings were brought to light recently in the excavation of the castle of Agioi Theodoroi, identified as ancient Antissa.

Man Smashes Valuable Ancient Greek Artifacts at Dallas Museum

A man broke into the Dallas Museum of Art and caused more than $5 million in damage, including smashing three ancient Greek artifacts before...