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Ancient Salamis Reveals More Long-Lost Secrets

The latest archaeological discoveries on the historic island of Salamis, off the coast of Attica, Greece, shed new light on the life in the ancient city of the same name from the Classical era onward. The Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities...

Vandals Destroy Magnificent Marble Columns at Ancient Greek City in Albania

Unknown vandals in Albania have caused "irreparable" damage to a monument in ancient Apollonia near the town of Fieri, Albanian authorities announced on Saturday. The director of the archaeological site was quoted as saying that "the damage is irreparable", as...

Ancient Greek Inscription Unearthed in Israel’s Negev Desert (video)

A team of German and Israeli archaeologists discovered a rare Greek inscription in February which they believe was made around the year 300 CE in the ancient city of Halutza in Israel's Negev desert. According to an Israel Antiquities Authority announcement which...

Ancient City of Tenea Unearthed in Greece

The Greek Ministry of Culture announced that archaeologists discovered residential areas at a site identified as the ancient city of Tenea in Peloponnese. It is believed that the first inhabitants were Trojan prisoners of war who Agamemnon permitted to build...

Experts Work to Restore Ancient Greek Theater of Laodicea

A 2,200-year-old theater located in the ancient Greek city of Laodicea will be restored with the support of the Denizli Metropolitan Municipality in Turkey. Laodicea was an ancient Greek city that was built upon the river Lycus, in the region...

Haul Of Jewels and Gold Coins Uncovered in Ancient Greek City of Tenea

Archaeologists in Greece have uncovered rare jewels, coins and other artifacts while excavating tombs in the ruins of Ancient Tenea, near Corinth. The haul; dating between the fourth and first centuries A.D., was uncovered while excavating a burial ground with...

Ancient Greek Roman City of Phaselis is Slowly Submerging

Almost two meters of the ancient city of Phaselis have submerged in 2,000 years, indicated by studies carried out by geologists and geomorphologists in the area, Turkish archaeologists say. Professor Murat Arslan speaking to Hurriyet says that the submerging is...