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"From Nubia to Sudan" With the Greek-Norwegian Archaeological Mission

by Zdravka Mihaylova TWO BRIGHT YOUNG SCHOLARS ON ARCHAEOLOGY AND WATER POLITICS Interview with Alexandros Tsakos and Henriette Hafsaas-Tsakos Last October the Benaki Museum of Islamic...

Switzerland To Return Rare Ancient Silver Coin Smuggled From Greece

A Swiss court has ordered the return of a very rare ancient silver coin that was allegedly illegally excavated in northern Greece and sold...

Campaign for Enrichment of the Greek-Language Wikipedia

Wikipedia reflects to a great extent the entire digital presence of a society. That is very important in the 21st century, as the presence...

Important Archaelogical Findings Revealed in Cyprus Site

The Department of History and Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki conducted an archaeological project at the pre-Neolithic site of Vretsia-Roudias in the...

Website About Diaspora Greeks of Sydney and their History Launches

The history of the Hellenes of Sydney has finally been developed into a website for all to see and search. The website entitled "Dictionary...

Lufthansa Supports the Harvard International Awards for Greek Culture

Lufthansa airlines remains faithful to its goal of promoting the culture of each country to which it provides flight service. Therefore, the German company is...

Philhellene Etienne Roland Supports Greece in Le Monde Article

Despite all the current anti-Hellenic voices chanting across Europe, there are still many who support Greece and recognize that the Greek people are not...

Breakthrough into the Ancient World

Amphorae were used in Ancient Greece to store and trade wine and other liquids. They were two types of amphorae; the neck amphora, which...

Polish Graphic Art Exhibition in Athens

Museum Kresów in Lubaczów documents the history and material culture development of the city of Lubaczów and the whole region in the area of...

Economic Crisis Hits Archaeological Sites

The severe economic crisis that has crippled Greece for the last two years has not spared even the[...]