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Swedish Museum celebrates return of Matisse

Swedish Museum celebrates return of Matisse

The stolen Matisse painting, which has been recovered in Essex 25 years after its theft, has been returned to the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm.
Lecture by G. Stratouli postponed

Lecture by G. Stratouli postponed

Lecture "Tracing households, people and meanings: ten years of research activity at the Neolithic settlement of Avgi, Kastoria, NW Greece" by Georgia Stratouli has been cancelled.
“The 7 Most Endangered”

“The 7 Most Endangered”

Europe's leading heritage organisation Europa Nostra has launched today its new flagship programme ‘The 7 Most Endangered’ with the European Investment Bank Group.
International Colloquium on Jewish and Christian Apocryphal Literatures

International Colloquium on Jewish and Christian Apocryphal Literatures

This fourth international Colloquium on apocryphal literature is devoted to Adam and Eve in apocryphal traditions.
Aegean Maritime Archaeology

Aegean Maritime Archaeology

The University of the Aegean, Greece, in collaboration with the Department of Underwater Antiquities organize this year's Aegean Maritime Archaeology Summer School on Andros island, 1st-5th July.
Daniel Day-Lewis at the Acropolis Museum

Daniel Day-Lewis at the Acropolis Museum

British-Irish actor Daniel Day-Lewis crossed the threshold of the Acropolis Museum on Tuesday afternoon.
G. Tsimpoukis, “The Revelation of John in the monumental painting of Mount Athos”

G. Tsimpoukis, “The Revelation of John in the monumental painting of Mount Athos”

The book examines the ten iconographic cycles of the Revelation of John, as preserved in the wall paintings of nine monasteries in Mount Athos.
1,281 issues on the CAS agenda in 2012

1,281 issues on the CAS agenda in 2012

In 2012, the Central Archaeological Council of Greece held 31 meetings, and discussed 1,281 issues.
Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology

Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology

The call for membership of the Greek Chapter of the international organization "Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology" (CAA-GR) is now open.
600 Roman coins found in illegal possession

600 Roman coins found in illegal possession

More than 600 Roman coins were found in possession of two men arrested in Kilkis.
Industrial Gas Museum opens in Athens

Industrial Gas Museum opens in Athens

The first Athenian industrial museum opens to the public on January 27, 2013.
Cyprus-Switzerland: Agreement on protection of cultural goods

Cyprus-Switzerland: Agreement on protection of cultural goods

Swiss Councillor Didier Burkhalter and his Cypriot counterpart Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis signed bilateral agreement on the protection of cultural goods.
Victory of Samothrace to be restored

Victory of Samothrace to be restored

The “Victory of Samothrace” one of the most iconic works of the Louvre will be restored as from September, the French museum announced on Monday.
Greek Literary Epigram

Greek Literary Epigram

An international conference to be held at University College London, 11-13 September 2013.
Roman man’s face finally unveiled at Caerleon Museum

Roman man’s face finally unveiled at Caerleon Museum

Using the latest technology, experts have created a portrait of the man whose skeleton was found 18 years ago in Caerleon, near Newport.
Stratonikeia to be included on UNESCO list

Stratonikeia to be included on UNESCO list

Once the works at the ancient city have been completed, it could be added on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
New issue of MONUMENTA

New issue of MONUMENTA

The new issue of MONUMENTA is online.
US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology

US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology

The first book to evaluate museums and their roles in presenting the past at national and international levels, contextualizing the practical and diplomatic processes of archaeological research within the realm of cultural heritage.
Clarifications about Plato’s sacred olive tree

Clarifications about Plato’s sacred olive tree

The General Directorate of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage clarified that Plato’s sacred olive tree has not been stolen to serve as firewood, as it was reported last week by local and international media.
A Mycenaean Sanctuary on Proph. Ilias at Mt Arachnaion in the Argolid

A Mycenaean Sanctuary on Proph. Ilias at Mt Arachnaion in the Argolid

The 3rd meeting of the Mycenaean Seminary will be held on Thursday, 24th January 2013 at the Central Building of the University of Athens.
Martial Minoans?

Martial Minoans?

Dr Barry Molloy of the University of Sheffield has discovered that the ancient Minoan civilisation had strong martial traditions, contradicting the commonly held view of Minoans as a peace-loving people.
2014 AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting

2014 AIA and APA Joint Annual Meeting

The AIA 2014 Annual Meeting will be held in Chicago, IL at the Hyatt Regency Chicago Hotel from January 2-5, 2014.
Temple of Zeus partially reconstructed

Temple of Zeus partially reconstructed

The second phase of the restoration program of the Zeus' Temple at ancient Olympia by the German Archaeological Institute has been successfully completed at the end of November 2012.
The Treasure of the People of Marseilles

The Treasure of the People of Marseilles

Exhibited for the first time outside Greece, 29 surviving fragments of the Treasure of Marseille are on view in the Puget chapel of Marseilles.
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