How Much Have the Olympic Games Really Changed Since Ancient Times?
The Olympic Games of the modern era were founded in 1894 when Pierre Freddy, Baron de Coubertín decided to promote an international agreement through a sports competition.
Petition Asks British Museum to Return “Karpathos Lady” Statue
The "Karpathos Lady" statue has been housed in the British Museum, but a petition was launched on Monday to bring her back to Greece.
June 21: Longest Day of the Year in the Northern Hemisphere
The longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, or the summer solstice, is Monday and is celebrated as the coming of summer.
SpaceX Launchpad Deimos is Named After an Ancient Greek Deity
Billionaire Elon Musk is notorious for his sense of humor and his penchant for mixing his taste in internet memes with his various business and technology ventures -- to varying success -- but his most recent project is a...
Greek Olive Oil Exports Increase by 225% Between 2002-2020
Greek olive oil exports have increased by a remarkable 225% in 2002-2020, SEVITEL found in a new report published this Tuesday.
Cambridge University Creates Monumental New Ancient Greek Dictionary
A new Ancient Greek dictionary has been created by a team of experts from Cambridge University, a labor of love that took over 20 years.
British Museum Sends Greek Masterpieces to Australian Exhibition
The British Museum has partnered with multiple museums in Australia to bring over enough objects to display an Ancient Greek exhibit.
Ancient Greece the Setting of New Animated Series for Fox
An upcoming animated television series about Ancient Greece will be called "Krapopolis", announced Fox Entertainment on Monday.
Torlonia Marbles: The World’s Largest Display of Greek-Roman Statues Opens
One of the world's largest collections of Greek and Roman statues is now open in Rome, Italy for the public to see.
Athens’ Acropolis Museum Reopens to the World
The director of Athens' Acropolis Museum said that the Museum is looking forward to reopening its gates to the public on Friday, May 14.