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After 2,500 Years, Music on Acropolis' South Side

For the first time after 2,500 years the south slope of the Acropolis will once again echo the works of Aeschylus and music. Next...

Antikythera Shipwreck, Treasures, Mechanism at Athens Airport

The unique exhibition, The Antikythera Shipwreck: the Ship, the Treasures, the Mechanism, which had been running at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens since...

Daily Telegraph Blogger Says Greece Destroyed Western Culture

After what he said was a meaningful “voyage of discovery through the ancient world,” Joe Hildebrand, an Australian blogger for the British newspaper the...

A Modest Proposal for Greece: Eat The Poor and Pensioners

It is a melancholy object to those who walk through the once-great city of Athens and the now ragged other cities and forlorn towns...

Hellenistic, Ottoman-Era Shipwrecks Found Near Cyprus

Two shipwrecks off Cyprus - from ancient Greece and the Ottoman times - have been discovered, among others, after a two-week long exploration of...

Time Magazine Says Samaras is Troika's Darling

It might not be the compliment he'd like, with Greeks furious he's going to impose more austerity measures and critics saying he has kow-towed...

Live in Greece: The Sublime Voices of Cappella Romana‏

Cappella Romana, a vocal chamber ensemble acclaimed for its “purity and radiance” (Gramophone), embarks upon an extraordinary 1,000-year journey from Constantinople to California with their newest recording, Live...

Centennial of Thessaloniki Liberation Marked in Sydney

A year-long program of events to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the liberation of Thessaloniki and Western Macedonia was officially launched by Vassilios Tolios,...

Juno Statue Finds a Home at MFA’s Behrakis Wing

In March, the the George D. and Margo Behrakis Gallery,  a wing at the the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) welcomed a 13-foot...

Emperor Caligula Gold Coin Found Underwater Near Cyprus

A significant archaeological finding, a gold coin, has been reported discovered underwater in the area between Limassol and Larnaca by a local amateur fisherman....