A new documentary about the ancient Lavrio mines, which were so rich in minerals that their exploitation made possible the rise of Athens as a naval power, shows the labyrinth of underwater tunnels in their now-flooded shafts. Greek scuba divers...
A spectacular 3D video reconstruction of ancient Athens in the late 5th century BC takes the viewer over the city pinpointing its monuments, markets, temples, and neighborhoods. The video made by Ancient Athens 3D and released in November presents the...
The ancient neighborhood beneath the Acropolis Musum reveals life in ancient Athens long before the Parthenon and the sculptures on the Acropolis
Athens is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It has been a place of human settlement for at least 5,000 years. But its fortunes, and its relationship with the wider world of Greekness, have fluctuated...
Since Athens is considered the birthplace of democracy, Pericles must be the father of democracy.
Sanctions date back to antiquity, with the "Megarian Decree" issued by Athenian statesman Pericles in 432 BC being the first recorded
On March 25, 2021, the Saint Constantine School had its students recite Pericles' Funeral Oration to mark the Greek bicentennial.
The conference "5 years with Myrtis" on the five-year anniversary since the reconstruction of 11-year-old "Myrtis," the girl that put a face to distant antiquity, will take place on May 13 at the Acropolis museum in Athens, Greece. The name...
A wine-cup believed to belong to ancient Greek politician Pericles was discovered on Wednesday in an ancient tomb, in Kifisia, northern Athens, Greece. The ancient tomb came to light during excavations for the foundations of a new building. The wine-cup, measuring...
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