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The mummy and the harem coup

The mummy and the harem coup

New research performed on the mummy suggests the King was brutally murdered, confirming the "Harem Conspiracy" story recorded on papyri from 1155 BC.
Alexander the Great in Bavaria

Alexander the Great in Bavaria

The exhibition concept focuses on the biography of Alexander from his crib to his grave.
Birth of a Museum

Birth of a Museum

Birth of a Museum constitutes the first large-scale presentation of the Louvre Abu Dhabi collection, in unison with the expression of Jean Nouvel's architectural vision.
Sicily. Art and Invention between Greece and Rome

Sicily. Art and Invention between Greece and Rome

Getty Museum exhibition showcases ancient Sicily as a center of cultural innovation.
Trove of Neanderthal Bones Found in Greek Cave

Trove of Neanderthal Bones Found in Greek Cave

A trove of Neanderthal fossils including bones of children and adults, discovered in Kalamakia cave, in Greece, hints the area may have been a key crossroad for ancient humans, researchers say.
P. Valavanis, The Acropolis

P. Valavanis, The Acropolis

This publication presents the works of art exhibited in the Acropolis Museum, and resynthesizes the history of the Sacred Rock as part of the cultural and the wider historical process of Athens.
Y. Galanakis (ed.), The Aegean World

Y. Galanakis (ed.), The Aegean World

A collective work presenting the Ashmolean Museum's Aegean collections.
2013 Excavations at Ancient Corinth

2013 Excavations at Ancient Corinth

Excavations in Ancient Corinth by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens began for a sixth season.
Presentation of the Elias Venezis Archive

Presentation of the Elias Venezis Archive

Anna Venezi Kosmetatou (Venezis' daughter), Takis Theodoropoulos (Writer), Demetra Papaconstantinou (Demos Fellow) and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan (Doreen Canaday Spitzer Archivist) will present the Elias Venezis' archive.
Pyramids and social classification in ancient Sudan

Pyramids and social classification in ancient Sudan

Three years of digging by French team at Sedeinga unearth 35 pyramids that emphasise contrast between ancient cultures of Sudan, Egypt.
The Lion of Amphipolis

The Lion of Amphipolis

A trademark for the regional unit of Serres, a symbol of Macedonia... The Lion of Amphipolis is undoubtedly one of the most significant preserved monuments of the 4th century BC.
First Love Child of Human-Neanderthal Found

First Love Child of Human-Neanderthal Found

Female Neanderthal might had mated with male Homo sapiens.
Ancient Iraq Yields Fresh Finds for Returning Archaeologists

Ancient Iraq Yields Fresh Finds for Returning Archaeologists

British archaeologists have discovered a previously unknown palace or temple near the ancient city of Ur in the first foreign excavation at the site in southern Iraq since the 1930s.
A tale on the Balkans unfolds in the Silk Museum

A tale on the Balkans unfolds in the Silk Museum

The exhibition offers opportunities for a public dialogue on the shared history of the Balkans, while simultaneously contributing to the showcasing and promotion of the region's cultural heritage.
The Helike Project 2013

The Helike Project 2013

The Helike Project is recruiting students and other volunteers to take part in archaeological field work at the Hellenistic, Classical, Early Bronze and Geometric sites of Helike
Helike: The city that disappeared in one night

Helike: The city that disappeared in one night

An event about ancient Helike, which disappeared at night in the winter of 373 BC after an earthquake and an accompaying tsunami, took place a week ago in Aigio.
Return to Keros

Return to Keros

Colin Renfrew's team returns to Keros in order to shed more light to the settlement where the famous figurines were produced.
British Library Curator of Classical and Byzantine Studies

British Library Curator of Classical and Byzantine Studies

The British Library is recruiting a Curator of Classical and Byzantine Studies on a 3 year fixed term contract.
The Neolithic Settlement at Strofilas, Andros

The Neolithic Settlement at Strofilas, Andros

Lecture given by Christina A. Televantou.
Excavate a Minoan house tomb cemetery

Excavate a Minoan house tomb cemetery

A unique opportunity for experienced excavators. Five more positions have just been announced!
Scholarships in Greek Archaeology for 2013/14

Scholarships in Greek Archaeology for 2013/14

Scholarships for postgraduate studies in Greek Archaeology in the UK, limited to candidates of Hellenic ethnicity (Greek and Greek-Cypriot) who hold either a first degree with First Class classification (or equivalent), or a postgraduate degree with distinction from any reputable university.
Filippetti accused of “sexist” job quotas

Filippetti accused of “sexist” job quotas

France’s culture minister has sparked howls of disapproval from conservative, male critics and curators for seeking to put a woman at the helm of the Louvre museum for the first time.
God Save the King

God Save the King

'Alfred the Great' bones exhumed from unmarked grave
Postgraduate Conference of Cypriot Archaeology

Postgraduate Conference of Cypriot Archaeology

Conference of POCA (Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology) will be held on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of November 2013.
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