The purpose of the article is to highlight specific political, legal and organizational aspects of the consultation, reflecting both UNESCO’s objectives as well as the national aspirations of its members, for a subject whose nature is not only “for culture” but also for "international security”.
The ruined historic building of the Primary School of the Kato Ambelokipi settlement, in the Municipality of Pylos-Nestoras, which was the headquarters of the Greek resistance in Southern Messenia, between 1941 and 1944.
In an effort to interpret these enigmatic constructions while researching them, archaeologists have, for over a century, consumed themselves in recycling the function of “Kouloures”, both as a daily practice and a religious ritual.
The present article attempts to explore and interpret the distinctive features of two Franciscan monasteries in Tinos, which form two more unknown precious stones in the island’s extremely rich and largely unexplored cultural mosaic.
This paper focuses mainly on the burial practices of the cemetery at the site of Triantafyllia Livanates in Opuntian Locris by presenting the particular practice of burying the dead exclusively in jars.
Homer’s Iliad and specifically the episode of the duel between Sarpedon and Tlepolemus uses mythology and the epic to reflect the conflict between Rhodians and Lycians which had already begun in the Mycenaean era.
According to Apollodorus and Pausanias, even prior to the Trojan war, chariot races took place in Onchestos in honour of Poseidon. Is this perhaps related to a pair of bronze masterpieces that adorn the National Archaeological Museum?
Varvakeion plays an important part among the public buildings of 19th century Athens, constantly appearing in various state documents and writings by architects. The present article examines the reasons for this interest.