The gardens of a seventeenth-century Croatian palace were the setting for an ancient necropolis, where human remains were found in pithoi.
The Lost City Of Heracleion, which was once the largest port in Egypt, was discovered underwater after more than 2,000 years.
Women in Greek history have persevered, protected, challenged and led in many realms over the centuries, including religion and the arts.
The life of the great Athenian general Themistocles is well known, as the low-born leader was lauded even in his time for his brilliance.
Historians have presented the trial of Socrates as a parody, claiming that the Athenian philosopher was forced to face invented charges
Archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann was a larger-than-life figure, discovering Troy in what is now Hisarlik, in modern-day Turkey.
The exhibition at the Athens National Museum titled "Glorious Victories" is part of a major program, and its Celebrating Greek Battles Anniversary
On April 27, 1941, Penelope Delta, a famous Greek author decided to take her own life just as Nazi Germany’s forces occupied Athens.
Capital Link sponsored a webinar on Tuesday highlighting the importance of Greek culture and education amongst the Greek-American diaspora.