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Discovering the World of Alexander the Great

Discovering the World of Alexander the Great

Conference aiming to introduce the Virtual Museum Alexander the Great: From Aigai to the Ecumene to the international scientific community.
The Museum of Islamic Art joins Google Art Project

The Museum of Islamic Art joins Google Art Project

Google is expanding its co-operation with the Benaki Museum, featuring artworks of the Museum of Islamic Art.
Hittite dam revealed at Alacahöyü

Hittite dam revealed at Alacahöyü

A Hittite dam was revealed during excavations at the ancient site of Alacahöyük in the northern Anatolian province of Çorum.
Unknown Neolithic settlement has come to light

Unknown Neolithic settlement has come to light

Ιmportant prehistoric finds compose the picture of an unknown by a broader audience Neolithic settlement, which has been located close to the Microthebes junction.
Ceramic perspectives on connectivity in the ancient Mediterranean

Ceramic perspectives on connectivity in the ancient Mediterranean

Conference exploring the relationship between physical setting and connectivity by primarily focusing on the study of ceramic assemblages.
Neutron Imaging and Neutron Methods in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Research

Neutron Imaging and Neutron Methods in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Research

NINMACH 2013 will take place Sept. 9-12, 2013 and it is the first event that addresses both neutron scientists and archaeologists and conservators.
Thebes Excavations 2011-2012

Thebes Excavations 2011-2012

The first two seasons of explorations on the Ismenion hill and in the area to hill’s immediate northwest have been completed.
H.M. Franks, The Frieze of Tomb II at Vergina

H.M. Franks, The Frieze of Tomb II at Vergina

Monograph about the painted frieze on the façade of Tomb II at Vergina (ca. 330-280 BC).
The Aegean 8000 centuries ago

The Aegean 8000 centuries ago

Excavations at Rodafnidia site in Lesvos shed light to Early Palaeolithic era.
J. Padgham, The Cone on the Head in New Kingdom Egyptian Tomb Scenes

J. Padgham, The Cone on the Head in New Kingdom Egyptian Tomb Scenes

New BAR International Series title.
Minoan wall-paintings at Herakleion Museum

Minoan wall-paintings at Herakleion Museum

Exhibition hall of the Minoan wall-paintings at the Archaeological Museum of Herakleion (Crete) will (re-)open its doors to public on Sunday, November 4.
The Numismatic Museum in the Google Art Project

The Numismatic Museum in the Google Art Project

The Numismatic Museum of Athens is the first public museum of Greece which participates in the innovative program Google Art Project.
Excavations at Anogyra-Vlou

Excavations at Anogyra-Vlou

The field season 2012 at the site of Vlou, located 2,5 km northeast of the village Anogyra of Lemessos district, has been completed.
Cultural Tourism Industry and Sustainable Heritage in Times of Crisis

Cultural Tourism Industry and Sustainable Heritage in Times of Crisis

The deadline for the submission of papers has been extended to 15 November 2012.
The Montecchio cup

The Montecchio cup

Rare golden cup was found near the town of Montecchio Emilia in Northern Italy. Archaeologists have dated it to about 1800 BC.
A.I. Protopapas, Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Poetic Science

A.I. Protopapas, Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Poetic Science

Analysis of Shelley’s verse exploring the poet’s visionary enterprise and the emergence of the Shelleyan self.
B.W. Millis / S.D. Olson (eds.), Dramatic Festivals in Athens

B.W. Millis / S.D. Olson (eds.), Dramatic Festivals in Athens

IG II2 2318–2325 represent the most substantial surviving body of evidence for the institutional history of the Athenian dramatic festivals from their establishment at the end of the 6th century BCE to their disappearance sometime in the mid- to late 100s.
Scientist refused permission to call Hominids “Hobbits”

Scientist refused permission to call Hominids “Hobbits”

Lawyers of JJR Tolkiens estate forbid the use of the name "hobbits" to New Zealand professor who will give a lecture on Homo floresiensis.
The Hellenic Archaeological Cadastre

The Hellenic Archaeological Cadastre

“A small revolution in the relation between the public sector and the citizen, but also in the relation between the State and its property”, said Mr. Costas Tzavaras about the project of the Archaeological Cadastre.
Museums reopen after Sandy

Museums reopen after Sandy

As Hurricane Sandy was approaching, museums were closed on Tuesday.
Recreation of wall paintings in Çatalhöyük

Recreation of wall paintings in Çatalhöyük

Turkish authorities have decided to “recreate” wall paintings in four experimental houses at the Çatalhöyük site.
An Anthropological Approach to Ancient Cooking Techniques

An Anthropological Approach to Ancient Cooking Techniques

The seminar entitled "An Anthropological Approach to Ancient Cooking Techniques" is the second one of the 2012-2013 series "Minon Seminar". It will be given by Tom Brogan, Jerolyn Morrison and Jad Alyounis at the American School of Classical Studies.
The Gallipoli battlefield

The Gallipoli battlefield

Archaeologists from New Zealand, Turkey, and Australia have completed an "extremely successful" survey at the Gallipoli battlefield.
When a Column Speaks

When a Column Speaks

One of the least known facts about the Parthenon is that is served as a Christian church for almost a thousand years. The topic will be introduced in a lecture given at the BSA by Father Stefanos Alexopoulos.
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