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Artifacts in Greek Mythology That Hold Supernatural Powers

In addition to a myriad of unforgettable gods, demigods, creatures, and characters, Greek mythology is full of artifacts endowed with supernatural powers. These items are...

The Greatest Ancient Greek Orator and Politician, Demosthenes

Demosthenes is considered the most important orator of antiquity and of all times, as many of his speeches were studied by students of rhetoric for centuries

Ancient Greek Heroes’ Busts Adorn Village in Turkey

Homer's Ancient Greek Poem Iliad has inspired the citizens of a small village in Turkey to install busts of the Trojan war heroes on...

The Ten Oldest Inhabited Cities in Greece

Many of the oldest inhabited cities in Greece are still standing against all odds. They have survived to this day to narrate the history...

The Ancient Greek Sanctuaries and Temples of Olympia

The sanctuaries and temples of ancient Olympia are some of the oldest and most important in all of Ancient Greece. Forming the backdrop to...

The statue of Greek Goddess Athena in Mexico’s Guadalajara

A modern-age bronze statue of the ancient Greek goddess Athena has become a symbol of the city of Guadalajara in western Mexico.

Do Ancient Hittite Records Prove the Trojan War Really Happened?

The Trojan War is one of the most famous legends of Greek mythology. However, there is intense debate about whether or not this famous...

New Artifacts Unearthed at Ancient Greek Sanctuary of Helike

Archaeologists have unearthed more artifacts from the ruins of the ancient sanctuary of Poseidon at Helike, southern Greece.

The Most Consequential Clash Between Macedonians and Romans

The Battle of Pydna in 168 BC was arguably the most consequential clash between ancient Rome and the Kingdom of Macedon, leading to the...

The Magnificent Ancient Greek Theaters of Messene and Sicyon

The ancient Greek theaters at Messene and Sicyon in the Peloponnese were centers for drama and culture in ancient times.