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Research Shows Minoans’ Martial Side

The Minoan civilization was a Bronze Age civilization that arose on the island of Crete and flourished from approximately the 27th century BC to the 15th century BC. It was rediscovered...

A Find of 300 Prehistoric Figurines in Greece

Southampton University archaeologists studying a Neolithic archaeological site in central Greece have helped unearth more 300 clay figurines, one of the largest numbers ever...

Journalist Thanasis Antonopoulos Passes Away

Journalist Thanasis Antonopoulos passed away Dec. 19, at 70 years old. He was born in 1942 in Lapagani of Kalavrita, Ahaia. Antonopoulos pursued his studies...

Hellenistic Scholar Jean Bollack Passes Away

Jean Bollack, well-known Hellenistic scholar and philologist passes away at 89 years old, according to PUF’s announcement, the publishing house which published many of...

Australian Archaeologists in Cyprus Exhibit

An exhibition of Cyprus Antiquities from the collection of the Nicholson Museum (University of Sydney), which is considered among the most important collections of...

Young Greeks Win Sciacca Awards

The Pontifical University Urbaniana in the Vatican hosted this year's International Giuseppe Sciacca Awards celebrating the efforts of young people (aged between 18 and...

Archaeologists Find Thracian Artifacts in Bulgaria

 Bulgarian archaeologists have discovered ancient golden artifacts in the biggest of 150 ancient Thracian tombs belonging to the tribe of Getae, some 400 kilometers...

Historic Nicosia Book Opens The City

The new book, Historic Nicosia, which brought together leading historians and academics, outlines the history of the capital Nicosia and will be launched on...

48 Hours in Nafplio, Greece's First Capital

By Elisabeth Herschbach A maze of narrow streets on the slopes of a small rocky peninsula in the northeastern Peloponnese, Nafplio is one of the...

Ververidis Presents Recent Work in Central Vienna

Greek restaurateur and artist Dimitrios Ververidis showcased 20 of his most recent works of art at the central square of Stephanplatz in Vienna, Austria...