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Alepotrypa Cave in Greece is One of Largest Neolithic Sites in Europe

Alepotrypa Cave, located in the Peloponnese, Greece, is home to one of the largest Neolithic burial sites in Europe. Located in the rugged area of Mani, the cave was inhabited during the Neolithic period, which ran from 10,000 to 4,500...

40,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Cave Chamber Discovered in Gibraltar

Professor Clive Finlayson, an evolutionary biologist who is the director of the Gibraltar National Museum, recently led a team of experts along the shore of the eponymous Rock -- finding a Neanderthal cave that was inhabited long ago. They ended...

The Lion’s Den: When Big Cats Roamed the Land in Ancient Greece

Greek scientists believe that a cave near Vravrona, about 40 km (25 miles) east of Athens, was a hideout for lions and panthers which roamed the ancient Greek countryside thousands of years ago. Fossils belonging to small and large mammals,...

Exploring Greece’s Oldest Cave on the Island of Antiparos

Antiparos is a small Greek island in the southern Aegean, in the central Cyclades, and it is home to the oldest cave in Europe

Aggitis River Cave in Drama, Greece One of the Most Spectacular in Europe

The Aggitis river cave, is one of the largest and most spectacular river caves in all of Europe, it is located in northern Greece, near the city of Drama.

Drone Captures View of “Black Hole” Cave in Greece’s Mani Peninsula

The "black hole" cave, located in western Mani, is one of the few spots in the rocky area where Greece's scorching sun doesn't beat down.

Drone Captures View of “Black Hole” Cave in Greece’s Mani Peninsula

The "black hole" cave, located in western Mani, is one of the few spots in the rocky area where Greece's scorching sun doesn't beat down.

Four Men Found Dead Inside Cave in Greece

Four men were found dead by men of the Special Disaster Management Unit (EMAK) inside a cave in the Loutraki area in Peloponnese on Saturday morning. Authorities were notified when the wife of one of the men reported her husband missing...

First Known Homo Sapiens Outside Africa Was Greek

A partial skull found in Greece is the earliest evidence of the presence of Homo sapiens outside of Africa, scientists have reported in this week’s International Journal of Science, Nature. The team of researchers dated the skull to about 210,000...