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Archaeology Magazine Features Greek Archaeologist from the University of Missouri

In a five-page-long article, Archaeology Magazine features Michael Cosmopoulos, a Greek archaeologist working for the University of Missouri-St. Louis. For over a decade, the...

Archbishopric of Cyprus Criticizes the Biblical Archaeology Society for Arriving at the Occupied Area

The Holy Archbishopric of Cyprus has publicly criticized with harsh statements the unacceptable decision of the US-based Biblical Archaeology Society to arrive in the...

Archaeology Becomes Greece's Achilles Heel

Faced with massive public debt, Greece is finding that its fabled antiquity heritage is proving a growing burden — with licensed digs postponed, illegal...

Prof. Vassos Karageorghis Receives Archaeology Award 2011

The Archaeology Award 2011 was presented this year to Prof. Vassos Karageorghis for his significant contribution to Cypriot archaeology for over 50 years, in...

Archaeology Enthusiasts Plan Marathon Sword-and-Sandal Epic

Schinias Beach near Athens is no stranger to hordes in sandals flocking here every summer[...]

Archaeology Team Discovers Byzantine Mosaic in Syria

Last week an archaeology team discovered a Byzantine mosaic in a medieval church in Syria. The mosaic was discovered at the Deir Sounbol Church...

Archaeology Magazine Places Recent Greek Archeological Findings on Top 10 in 2010 List

The latest archaeological findings unearthed in Greece over the past year are in the top 10 discoveries of 2010 list, published in the latest...

New Archaeology & Archaeometry Program at University of Cyprus

A very important research program budgeted at 4.6 million euros for Archaeology and Archaeometry, with the code name “NARNIA” will be the largest funded...

Three-Room Ancient Etruscan Tomb Discovered in Italy

A new three-room Etruscan tomb has been unearthed in the municipality of Barbarano Romano, which would have been right in the heart of southern...

Tens of Thousands of Ancient Coins Found Off Sardinia

At least 30,000 ancient coins were discovered off the northeastern shores of Sardinia, Italy’s culture ministry announced recently. The bronze coins dating from the first...