Sacrificial Minoan Bull’s Head Unearthed on Crete
The elite society in Minoan Crete (3500 BC–1100 BC) evidently believed in complex death rituals and sacrificial ceremonies, particularly when it came to their own burials. That is what experts believe after discovering a sacrificial bull's head in a...
Stunning Statue of Hercules Uncovered in Philippi, Northern Greece
An impressive statue depicting Hercules from the Roman times was discovered at the ancient site of Philippi in northern Greece. Alongside the statue, a richly decorated structure, potentially a fountain, was also found. As stated in the Hellenic Ministry of Culture...
Discovery of Greek Inscription Reveals Home of Saint Peter, Apostle of Jesus
Archaeologists believe that a Greek inscription discovered in what was the city of Bethsaida, Israel, identifies Apostle Peter's home.
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.
Hidden Byzantine Church in Istanbul Revealed in All Its Glory
A hidden Byzantine church and a holy spring were recently discovered at an excavation site in the Sultanahmet District of Istanbul.
Archaeologists Find New Treasures at the Temple of Artemis in Evia
Archaeologists have discovered new findings in the Temple of Artemis, which is located east of Amarynthos in Evia, central Greece.
Ancient Greek Necropolis to be Revealed in New Exhibition Site
$4.8 million has been approved for an exhibition space showing the findings of an ancient Greek necropolis under the SNFCC.
Ancient Salamis Reveals More Long-Lost Secrets
The latest archaeological discoveries on the historic island of Salamis, off the coast of Attica, Greece, shed new light on the life in the ancient city of the same name from the Classical era onward. The Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities...
Archives, Possible Throne Room Discovered in Ancient Palace on Crete
The Greek Ministry of Culture announced on Thursday that a new storage room for valuables in Zominthos Palace, on the plateau of Mount Psiloritis on Crete, was discovered at the sprawling site during this year's excavation season. Supporting evidence for the Palace...
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