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Prehistoric Jar Discovered on Riverbank in Western Greece

A unit of the special fire service forces was called to salvage a rare prehistoric jar from the river bank near Arta, western Greece

Intact Ancient Tombstone Discovered on Riverbed in Western Greece

An intact ancient tombstone, dated to the Hellenistic era, is the latest discovery of archaologists working along the Arachthos river in Epirus.

Skeleton of Ancient Woman Lying on Her Bronze Bed Found in Greece

Greek archaeologists presented never-before-seen discoveries from the Kozani region at an archaeological conference over the weekend.

Newly Discovered Greek Silver Mine Rewrites History

A team of mining archaeologists has investigated a 5,000-year-old silver mine in Thorikos, Greece, that appears to rewrite mining history during the Aegean times. According to a post in New Historian, “mining archaeologists who were conducting a subterranean investigation of...

Greek Infrastructure Minister: 'Antiquities Can Co-Exist with Thessaloniki Metro'

It is technically feasible to maintain archaeological finds unearthed during the prolonged excavations for a new metro in the northern city of Thessaloniki and at the same time to complete the necessary underground tunnels, Infrastructure and Transport Minister Christos...