Possible “Vampire” Burial Unearthed in Poland
The skeleton of a woman who was possibly buried with antivampire rituals in the 17th century was unearthed in Poland.
The Oldest Wine in Europe Has Been Discovered in Greece
The oldest wine in Europe was discovered recently in ancient Philippi of northern Greece, the Department of History and Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki announced. The University presented research that indicates that the production and drinking of wine...
Greek Shipwreck Graveyard Reveals Even More Ancient Treasures
Following the recent unexpected discovery of at least 58 ancient shipwrecks in the archipelago of the Greek island of Fournoi, still more treasures have come to light. Greece's culture ministry has announced that an additional three ancient shipwrecks, loaded...
Knossos, the Capital of Minoan Civilization Still Has More Treasures to Reveal
The newest discoveries on Crete at the site of the ancient city of Knossos suggest that the capital of the Minoan Civilization was much more influential and larger than previously thought. Archeologists already knew that Knossos was Europe's oldest city and...
Tablets Used to Cast Curses Discovered in 2,400-Year-Old Grave in Athens
Over a decade ago an ancient grave located northeast of Piraeus near Athens, revealed the cremated remains of a young women and five lead curse tablets from 2,400 years ago. Four of the curse tablets are engraved with curses to be cast...