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International Mission Exploring Antikythera Shipwreck

A shipwreck in Antikythera, which was discovered just off the coast of Antikythera in the southern Aegean, Greece, will be explored by a mission including Greek...

Germany Returns Greek Antiquities

An event was held on July 7  for the repatriation of over 10,600 ancient Greek artifacts from the Neolithic Era. The event took place...

Egypt: Restoration of the Monastery of St. George in Old Cairo

The major restoration of the historic Greek Orthodox monastery of Saint George in Old Cairo is at its final stage. The monastery is a...

Delos: The Greek Island Archaeology Buffs Will Love!

The island of Delos, in the Aegean Sea, Greece, located within a stone's throw of the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos, is an imposing place devoid of...

Thessaloniki's Historic Caravanserai Touted To Turkish Buyers

Thessaloniki's Caravanserai is one of 10 titles in northern Greece being listed at a property investment event in Istanbul this month. Among the investment opportunities on...

Rainwater Causing Damage to Acropolis

For the past few years the walls and the foundations of the Acropolis have been collapsing due to heavy rainwater flow. Archaeologists have been aware...

Origin of the Name Britain and the Western Greeks

Where does the name Britain come from and who gave it? A new book focuses on astronomer Pytheas of Massalia (Marseille) exploring the North Atlantic in the 320s B.C. who discovered, measured, circumnavigated and named Britain 265 years before the Romans.

Lead on Alexander the Great’s Tomb is a Hoax!

A few days ago, online sources claimed that a team of archaeologists and historians from the Polish Center of Archaeology had found the tomb...

Bust of Alexander the Great Found in Cyprus

A second three-aisled basilica was brought to light by archaeologists on the site of Katalymmata ton Plakoton, of the Akrotiri peninsula, in Cyprus. Excavations by...

Swiss Committee on the Return of the Parthenon Marbles

The president of the Swiss Committee for the Return of the Parthenon Marbles, Professor Dusan Sidjanski, during the event titled “Europe and the Parthenon...