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John Gilbert: The First African-American Archaeologist Was Fascinated with Athens

John Wesley Gilbert, the son of slaves, became a renowned archaeologist and the first Black man to receive an advanced degree from Brown University.

Historian Mark Mazower Honored at NYC Event

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens honored prominent British historian Mark Mazower for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of knowledge of post-antique Greece. The ceremony was held during the American School's seventh annual Gala which took place...

The Horse in Ancient Athens: Symbol and Source of Inspiration in Art

A new art and science exhibition entitled "Horse: The Horse in Ancient Athens" will open on January 20 at the American School of Classical Studies. The exhibition will explore both relics and artifacts of horses from ancient Greece-- including a...

Archaeological Museum of Corinth to Reopen 2 Refurbished Halls

The Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth will reopen two of its halls which had been closed for refurbishment since 2012, the culture ministry announced on Wednesday, adding Minister Aristidis Baltas will inaugurate the rooms in a ceremony on July...

Stoa Poikile to be Further Uncovered

The American School of Classical Studies in Athens is all set to continue excavations at the site of the Stoa Poikile in Monastiraki, Athens downtown, which is of archaeological significance. The School had its wish unanimously granted by the...