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22 Shipwrecks Discovered in Greek Archipelago

The Fourni Archipelago in the North Aegean Sea in Greece is the site of an archaeological underwater discovery that yielded findings from 22 different...

Ancient Elephant Skeleton Found in Arcadia, Greece

The Ephoreia of Palaeoanthropology-Speleology of southern Greece along with the University of Tübingen discovered an ancient elephant skeleton in the area of Arcadia, with preliminary estimations...

Mycenaean Palace Offers View On Prehistoric Sparta

Archaeological excavations, carried out since 2009 at the 3.5 hectares site of Aghios Vassilios Hill near the village of Xirokambi on the Sparta plain, unearthed the...

Conflict Over Amphipolis Tomb Continues

The conflict regarding the ancient Greek tomb that was unearthed last year in Amphipolis is still ongoing, while chief archaeologist Katerina Peristeri appears defensive. In a...

Amphipolis Tomb Monument in Danger A Year After Unearthing

The first year anniversary of the Amphipolis tomb discovery finds the archaeological site in danger of being buried again in dirt, and oblivion. It was...

Research Debunks Beliefs about Economic Growth in Ancient Greece

Stanford Classics Professor Josiah Ober has long suspected that some of the long-held ideas scholars had about the ancient Greek world could be wrong....

New Study Suggests Theory Of Early Humans In Naxos

The “Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project (SNAP)”, directed by Dr. Tristan Carter of McMaster University, under the auspices of the Canadian Institute in Greece, suggests that early humans could have...