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Greek Mosaics Discovered Inside Old Israeli Church

Impressive archaeological finds, including a magnificent mosaic featuring Greek inscriptions, were uncovered in a church some 1,500 years old during Israel Antiquities Authority salvage...

Souvlaki and Non-Stick Pans Invented by Ancient Greeks

New scientific research reveals that the ancient Mycenaean's, apart from being great warriors and excellent architects, were also very good cooks. More than 3,000...

Ancient Greek City In Turkey in Need of a Museum

In the Ancient Greek city of Antandros in Turkey, works of art have been discovered during archaeological excavations. The city is located in the Balikesir’s...

Greece to Open Archaeological Diving Parks

Located near Pylos in the south-western Peloponnese, the two parks will allow visitors to explore ancient shipwrecks and underwater archaeology. Among the sites are the...

Thessaloniki: Metro Construction Reveals Over 100,000 Archaelogical Findings

During the seven years of excavations in the four (from the seven) metro stations in Thessaloniki, archaeologists have found more than 104,000 archaeological findings...

Lake Karla: Important Archaeological Discoveries

A farm-house, a Neolithic settlement, an inn, a ceramic furnace and scores of artifacts were discovered by archaeologists at Lake Karla located in Thessaly....

Is The Acropolis Museum Losing the Numbers Game?

An opinion piece by Dr James Beresford* - Since opening in June 2009, the €129 million Acropolis Museum has become the most popular museum in Greece....

Greek Council Lists Megara as Archaeological Site

Today, the Greek Central Archaeological Council (KAS) voted for an area of 4,000 hectares in the western Attica region, Megara. After the voting procedure,...

Ancient Greek Magic Curse Tablet Found in Jerusalem

Archaeologists found a 1,700-year-old curse tablet from a Roman mansion in the City of David in Jerusalem. A magician named Kyrilla had written in...

2,700-Year-Old Portico Discovered in Greece

A 2,700-year-old portico was discovered this summer on the site of the ancient city of Argilos in northern Greece, following an archaeological excavation led...