Ancient Artifacts Excavated On Lefkada Island To Be Housed In New Museum
The magnificent ancient artifacts excavated on the island of Lefkada will be housed in a new museum, the Ministry of Culture announced.
Prehistoric Jar Discovered on Riverbank in Western Greece
A unit of the special fire service forces was called to salvage a rare prehistoric jar from the river bank near Arta, western Greece.
Beer Was Brewed in Bronze Age Greece
Greece is known for its wine, but it seems ancient Greeks were not only winemakers but also fond of brewing and drinking beer, a recent study suggests. Evidence found at two ancient settlement sites, Archontiko and Argissa in central Greece,...
The Oldest Wine in Europe Has Been Discovered in Greece
The oldest wine in Europe was discovered recently in ancient Philippi of northern Greece, the Department of History and Archaeology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki announced. The University presented research that indicates that the production and drinking of wine...