Greece Reopens Stadium of Ancient Nemea
The 4th century BC stadium of Ancient Nemea in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese, in Greece, reopened on Wednesday to visitors after years of neglect. The stadium had been closed due to a lack of adequate security measures. The...
Archaeologist Stephen Miller, Father of Nemean Games Revival, Dies
Following five decades of research and excavations, Stephen G. Miller leaves behind a legacy to Greece and the world of the Nemean Games. Professor Miller died on Tuesday following a hemodialysis procedure
Greece Shuts Down Ancient Nemea Site Says Archaeologist Who Recovered It
The American archaeologist who masterminded the recovery of the ancient site in Nemea says that because of lack of guards, the site is in effect off limits to visitors for much of the year. In a letter to the Greek...