Repatriated Treasures from Munich

Repatriated Treasures from Munich

The Turkish invasion and occupation of the northern part of Cyprus. The continuing looting of Cyprus’ cultural heritage.
Piece of Fabric Found at Çatalhöyük

Piece of Fabric Found at Çatalhöyük

This piece of cloth is linen weaved with hemp. This is a first in the world and one of the best preserved examples.
Activities of the Directorate for the Documentation and Protection of Cultural Property

Activities of the Directorate for the Documentation and Protection of Cultural Property

The Directorate for the Documentation and Protection of Cultural Property (DTPPA) is a service of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports under the Directorate General of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage.
“Cenae maiores” in Greco-Roman Kissamos

“Cenae maiores” in Greco-Roman Kissamos

This article investigates the dietary habits and choices available to the affluent social classes in Roman imperial times. It is inspired by the relief decoration on a marble table support.
The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 4)

The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 4)

Marine animal remains from the Bronze Age settlement of Koukonisi offer an unfailing evidence of the constant, ubiquitous invasion within the constructed space of the most prominent element of the natural environment of the region, the sea.
The Heraion of Argos

The Heraion of Argos

This paper presents a special geodetic and astrogeodetic methodology of measurement and a procedure for the determination of the astronomical orientation and the dating of Heraion in Argos.
Archaeological research in eastern Achaea

Archaeological research in eastern Achaea

The ongoing large-scale technical works in Achaea during the last five years, i.e. the construction of the Olympia Hodos (Olympia Motorway) and the New Railway Track from Athens to Patras (section Kiato-Rododaphni) prompted extensive archaeological investigations.
The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 3)

The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 3)

So far, the excavation of the site has supplied an important chipped stone material, in terms of number and technology, which comes from the Early Bronze and mainly the Middle Bronze Age layers.
A “Tree of Life” depiction on a LG amphora

A “Tree of Life” depiction on a LG amphora

Taking the LG amphora from Aitania / Pediada (Central Crete) as an example, this article presents the tree symbolism as a intercultural and diachronic artistic feature.
The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 2)

The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi, Lemnos (Part 2)

Perspectives for a better understanding of the historical setting and the expanding policy of the Mycenaeans in this key area for the trade network in the Late Bronze Age.
The Wealth of Psiloritis

The Wealth of Psiloritis

The chronicle of an exciting excavation, which began in August 1989 in Idaean Cave.
The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi (Lemnos)

The prehistoric settlement on Koukonisi (Lemnos)

In 1992 a new site was added to the archaeological map of the prehistoric Aegean, on the islet Koukonisi (Lemnos)...
Antikythera

Antikythera

This text presents the antiquities identified in the last few years of excavation on the island of Antikythera.
Forming the Medical Concepts of Byzantium in the 9th Century

Forming the Medical Concepts of Byzantium in the 9th Century

The Byzantine medicine is an important bridge for the passage from the ancient Greek medicine in folk medicine until the 18th century.
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