Treasures from the Age of Homer found in Thessaly

Treasures from the Age of Homer found in Thessaly

A hoard of impressive artefacts were hosted for three millenniums in the little-known tholos tombs of Geometric date found at Chloe, a site near Velestino, Thessaly, Greece
New school in Athens will have a time capsule of its own

New school in Athens will have a time capsule of its own

A school is built with a floor-window to its past, back in Classical Athens
Sakellarakis

Sakellarakis

A new excavationsl programme was approved and it is about to start in the Minoan site of Ag. Georgios, in the island of Kythera
Lost and Found: from Epirus to the UK and back again

Lost and Found: from Epirus to the UK and back again

23rd of December 2010. In front of an icon depicting Christ, a Catholic nun is explaining the meaning of Christmas through an analysis of the icon
The World Through Maps

The World Through Maps

The whole world
Travel through time with Evliya Celebi

Travel through time with Evliya Celebi

Evliya Celebi was indeed the real Sinbad
“Visualising the Late Antique City” in the University of Kent

“Visualising the Late Antique City” in the University of Kent

A University of Kent new archaeological programme aims to shed light in one of the less known yet most important historical periods: the Late Roman or Late Antiquity Period
Instead of a Museum

Instead of a Museum

Due to the 6-year closure of the Heracleion Archaeological Museum in Crete, the city
A new archaeological site is created at Aerino, Volos.

A new archaeological site is created at Aerino, Volos.

Five tholos tombs near Volos, Greece, will be soon accessible to visitors thanks to a European Union funding project
Roma Routes in the Byzantine Museum

Roma Routes in the Byzantine Museum

The Byzantine Museum of Athens will introduce the Greek public with the intriguing culture of travelers
Macedonian Tombs to be Restored.

Macedonian Tombs to be Restored.

Ten well-known Macedonian Tombs will be reviewed and restored where needed through the framework of the E??? fund for Macedonia and Thrace 2007-2013
Egyptian Archaeologists Asking for a Leader

Egyptian Archaeologists Asking for a Leader

Egyptian archaeologists threaten with a strike unless a Head of the Antiquities Service is appointed. According to an official announcement to the Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, the strike is programmed for the coming Sunday
The amazing story of the Aegina Marbles

The amazing story of the Aegina Marbles

The adventurous story of a less known set of stolen marbles is told through a new exhibition in Munich
New internet platform  to rescue cultural heritage sites

New internet platform to rescue cultural heritage sites

Combining Google Earth, scientific mapping from Esri, satellite imagery from DigitalGlobe, and social networking, the platform aims to serve as an early warning system for site conservation leaders, archaeologists, local communities, government officials, and volunteers.
A Modern Museum for the City of Oedipus

A Modern Museum for the City of Oedipus

Close to completion is the building housing the Archaeological Museum of Thebes in Boeotia, Greece
The Life and Times of the Altamura Family

The Life and Times of the Altamura Family

Discover the family secrets in the Benaki, Peiraios building, from the 31st of March to the 31st of May.
Acrotiri: Accessible from the end of May

Acrotiri: Accessible from the end of May

After a long adventure involving progressive architectural planning, arguments between state authorities, financial implications and even one death, Acrotiri
Parthenon

Parthenon

Thirty million stones, connected with the Parthenon have been found around the eternal monument or incorporated in its fortification. However, they are not from the Parthenon itself but from previous temples dedicated to Athena, whom the Parthenon replaced.
Rotonda: A Different Sightseeing Designed for the Blind

Rotonda: A Different Sightseeing Designed for the Blind

An archaeological tour around the Rotonda in Thessaloniki, specially designed for the visually challenged, is to start soon
Myrtis Does Montenegro!

Myrtis Does Montenegro!

The reconstructed image of a girl victim of the plague that hit Athens in 430 BC, killing 50.000 people (among them Pericles) , is now traveling to Montenegro
Chemical War in Dura Europos

Chemical War in Dura Europos

20 men, died in A.D. 256, may be the first victims of chemical warfare to leave any archeological evidence of their passing, according to a new investigation
The Highest Upper Palaeolithic Settlement Found at Pindos

The Highest Upper Palaeolithic Settlement Found at Pindos

The highest Neanderthal sites in the world have revealed Greek archaeologists working on the north side of the Pindos Mountains, around Samarina and Smolicas Peak
Thessaly, a European Cradle of Civilization

Thessaly, a European Cradle of Civilization

Thessalians were highly sophisticated during the whole Prehistory
New Parthenon marbles have been discovered!

New Parthenon marbles have been discovered!

Fragments of, at least, five "metopai" from the Parthenon were found incorporated to the Acropolis' west fortification wall
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