Souvlaki and Non-Stick Pans Invented by Ancient Greeks
New scientific research reveals that the ancient Mycenaean's, apart from being great warriors and excellent architects, were also very good cooks. More than 3,000 years ago this ancient civilization was using portable grilling trays for making souvlaki and non-stick...
Thessaloniki: Metro Construction Reveals Over 100,000 Archaelogical Findings
During the seven years of excavations in the four (from the seven) metro stations in Thessaloniki, archaeologists have found more than 104,000 archaeological findings like coins, vases, golden and silver jewels, ceramics etc. Despina Makropoulos, the president of the 9th...
After Delays, Appeals and Antiquities Found, Works on Bulgarian Highway Connecting Sofia with Greece Continue
On March 19, the Greek constructing company "Aktor" and the Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency agreed to construct the Struma Highway, connecting the Bulgarian capital with Greece. The work is expected to be completed in 23 months, despite the fact that...
New Archaeological Findings in Jerusalem Trace Back to the First Christians
Employing a remote control robotic camera to search inside an intact first century tomb in the south of the Old City of Jerusalem has brought new evidence to light that might change current assumptions about the first Christians. The findings...
Important Archaelogical Findings Revealed in Cyprus Site
The Department of History and Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki conducted an archaeological project at the pre-Neolithic site of Vretsia-Roudias in the Pafos district of Cyprus. Under the direction of Professor Nikolaos Efstratiou, the team discovered important findings...
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