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Germanos: A Misunderstood Hero of the Greek War of Independence

One of the most well-known paintings of the Greek War of Independence is by Greek artist Theodoros Vryzakis, and depicts Germanos.

Phaistos: The Palatial Mountain Fortress of Crete

The magnificent archaeological site of Phaistos where an imposing palace stood overlooking the Mediterranean for thousands of years is perhaps not as well known...

Assassin’s Creed Recreates Stunning Ancient Greek Landscape Based on Pausanias

Assassin's Creed Odyssey has now faithfully carried over worldwide to the new media subculture a wealth of information about ancient Greece, based on the...

How a Pandemic Affected Ancient Greek Wars

Throughout history, a plague, or pandemic, has affected the outcome of Ancient Greek wars, as studies by historians and medical scientists suggest

Roman Port, Stunning Amphorae Discovered Under Sea Off Crete

Treasures from the Roman era of Greek history were discovered recently at the bottom of the sea on the Gulf of Paleokastro near the...

The Rich History of the Acropolis of Lindos

The history of the Acropolis of Lindos in Rhodes is as old as the history of Ancient Greece, as tradition has Lindos participating in the Trojan War

Italian Football Team FC Crotone Is Uniquely Proud of Its Greek Origins

Italy's Crotone football team has legions of dedicated fans who proudly hail the team's Greek origins in their chants and banners.

Greek President Visits Greek-Speaking Villages in Southern Italy

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou visited a number of Greek-speaking villages in Southern Italy this weekend. Sakellaropoulou visited villages in Salento, Italy, where the Greek dialect...

Former Greek PM George Papandreou Hopes for Political Come Back

Former Greek prime minister George Papandreou announced on Wednesday he is joining the race to lead the center-left Movement for Change party (KINAL). In a...

Ancient Greek Theaters Used Moveable Stages Over 2,000 Years Ago

It has been revealed that Ancient Greek theaters used movable wooden stages some 2,000 years ago following Japanese research.