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World's First Computer Was Found in Greek Shipwreck at Antikythera

It was exactly 117 years ago -- May 17, 1902 -- when Spirydon Stais visited a museum which housed treasures from an ancient shipwreck. Among...

Antikythera Greek Shipwreck Exhibit Attracts Beijing Crowds

Greece’s Central Archaeological Council has decided to extend an exhibit of artifacts from the Antikythera shipwreck which are currently on display at The Palace Museum in...

Has a Missing Piece of the Ancient Antikythera Machine Been Found?

Archaeologists believe that they may have found the missing piece of the Antikythera Mechanism, the fantastically complicated, advanced analog "computer" unearthed in 1901 from a...

Antikythera Wreck Artifacts Travel to China for Beijing Exhibition

Greece's archaeological council has approved an exhibition of the Antikythera wreck artifacts in Beijing's Palace Museum, located the Forbidden City section of the Chinese capital. The...

Meet the Team that Recovered the Ancient Bronze Arm in Antikythera (video)

A video titled "2017 Return to Antikythera Expedition" looks at the delicate and often hazardous work marine archaeologists do in recovering ancient gems from...

Bronze Arm Recovered from Ancient Antikythera Ship Wreck (photos)

A bronze arm from the ancient shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera was recovered by marine archaeologists. Divers found the right arm, encrusted and...

Google Doodle Displays the Ancient Antikythera Mechanism in Celebration of 115th Anniversary

Google is celebrating the 115th anniversary of the discovery of the ancient Antikythera Mechanism with its iconic Google Doodle. Although the artifact was recovered back...

Enlightening Speech on the Anthikythera Mechanism by Professor Xenophon Moussas

The Greek Festival of Sydney and The University of New South Wales presented a lecture by Professor Xenophon Moussas (University of Athens) at the...

Attend a Lecture on the Antikythera Mechanism at the Greek Centre Melbourne

On Monday, March 20, at 6:30 p.m., Professor Xenophon Moussas will present a lecture about the Antikythera Mechanism at the Greek Centre as part...

2,000-Year-Old Skeleton Discovered During Second Phase Underwater Excavation of Antikythera Shipwreck

The second phase of the 2016 underwater excavation of the 1st century B.C. Antikythera shipwreck took place from August 28 to September 14 and...