Calamos Supports Greece

Caesarea

Bronze Age Minoan Ingots Are Evidence of Ancient Trade Links

Bronze Age Minoan ingots with unique markings that were just discovered off the Israeli coast show vast trading links between Cyprus and Sardinia, archaeologists say. Dating back to the late Bronze age, approximately the 13th to the early 12th century...

Byzantine Coins Uncovered During Excavation in Israel

Byzantine coins were discovered last month at the port of Caesarea, a town in Northern Israel between Tel Aviv and Haifa. Ancient coins are extraordinarily rare artifacts. Iraeli excavations usually discover Fatimid dinar in their searches, and were stunned...

Greek Orthodox Church in Israel ‘Sells Ancient Roman Amphitheater’

The Roman Amphitheater and the hippodrome in the ancient Israeli coastal city of Caesarea have been sold off, in secret, to a mysterious overseas holding company by the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, the Times of Israel reports. According to the report,...

The First Mass at St. Macrina Church in Nigde After 90 Years

Fener Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew officiated the first mass at St. Macrina Church after 90 years in the Turkish central Anatolian province of Nigde. Greece's Deputy Minister of Agriculture Maksimos Harakopulos and members of the societies from Argentina, Greece and...