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Greek Antiquities Found On Mentor Shipwreck

The underwater shipwreck excavation of the wreck of the ship Mentor, that sank off the island of Kythera in 1802 while carrying goods plundered...

Samaras Inaugurates Underwater Antiquities Exhibition in Pylos

“We are having a hard time. We will go through even more difficulties. But we are Greeks. And in this country of ours, everything...

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki to Host "End to Antiquities Trafficking" Exhibition

A temporary exhibition entitled "End to Antiquities Trafficking" will open in April at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. The exhibition will run until September...

Greece and Italy Join Forces to Study Marine Antiquities

The University of Bologna hosted an international symposium on Friday, March 9, presenting the first findings of the Greek-Italian seminar and study conducted in...

Gate to Byzantine City, Ottoman Baths Discovered under Mytilene Castle

Recent excavations undertaken by the Ephorate of Antiquities of Lesvos  have revealed new Byzantine structures and baths dating back to the Ottoman era.

Rediscovered Temple of Poseidon in Greece Larger Than Initially Assumed

Latest excavations shed more light on the recently rediscovered temple of Poseidon in Ilia, southern Greece.

Evidence of Human Sacrifice in Minoan Civilization Found in Crete

Whether human sacrifices took place in ancient Minoan civilization is a topic of great debate among scholars, with some claiming there is strong archaeological...

Ancient Gold Coins of Alexander the Great Found in Chania, Crete

New archaeological discoveries on Kastelli Hill in the Old Town of the city of Chania, Crete, have brought to light a unique monetary collection...

Greece Reopens Palace Where Alexander the Great Became King

Greece's PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis opened the restored palace of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great, at Aigai, Macedonia on Friday. This is the...

Search for Alexander the Great’s Tomb Continues as Vergina Claim Refuted

A Greek expert refuted the claim made recently that the tomb of Alexander the Great is most likely in Vergina, Greece. The claim was made by...