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American Tourist Smashes Greco-Roman Statues at Israel Museum

Israeli police arrested an American tourist at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem on Thursday for smashing prized Greco-Roman statues. The individual, identified as a 40-year-old...

Roman Statue of Greco-Roman Sea God Unearthed in England

Archaeologists unearthed a Roman statue of Greco-Roman sea god, Triton, during excavations for a housing development in Kent, England. Measuring an impressive 2.3 feet in...

How The Gold of Florence Revived Greco-Roman Classical Art

In the early 1200s, the flourishing Roman-barbarian city of Florence was filling its banks and institutions with gold. Close to Rome and bordering on...

Egyptian Experts Find Ancient Greco-Roman Temple

Archaeologists from Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities have uncovered the remains of a 2,200-year-old Greco-Roman temple in the country's Western Desert, according to National Geographic. The...

Greco-Roman Treasures Unearthed at Qarun Lake, Egypt

More treasures from the Greco-Roman era have been unearthed at the Dime Al-Sebaa archaeological site, two kilometres north of Qarun Lake near Fayoum. This week...

Ancient Greco-Roman Port City Opens in Egypt

Egypt is planning to open the ancient city of Leukaspis.  Leukaspis is a 2,000 year old Greco-Roman port city buried under the northern modern resort of...

When Did Ancient Egyptians Start Using Hieroglyphs?

Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs were commonly etched into stone and used in temples, tombs, and other monuments, with the first fully formed sentence found around...

Ancient Greek Temple of Zeus Unearthed in Sinai, Egypt

Archaeologists recently unearthed the ruins of a temple for the ancient Greek god Zeus in the Sinai Peninsula, authorities in Egypt said. In a statement,...

The Byzantine’s Hidden Impact on Education

The Byzantines, also known as the Eastern Romans, were a literate and articulate people, with a far greater appreciation for education than most of...

The Ex-Slave Who Authored a Greek Language Book

William Sanders Scarborough was an African-American, emancipated slave who authored a Greek textbook. His First Lessons in Greek was written in 1881. The textbook...