Archaeology

Wind Park Development Reveals Ancient Site on Evia

Pottery and other finds were uncovered during survey work for the development of the site in the south of the island.

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Archaeology

Archaeology: Uncovering Homer’s Legendary Town of Iklaina

Just 10km from Nestor's Palace in the Messinia region of the Peloponnese lies another fascinating site - once a thriving city at the dawn of civilization.

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Exhibitions

New Greek PM Will Seek Parthenon Sculptures from Boris Johnson

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has petitioned for the Parthenon sculptures to be returned for Greece's bicentennial independence celebrations in 2021.

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Museums

NAM: Ancient Ships the Theme of the New ‘Unseen Museum’ Exhibit

The latest exhibits to emerge from the depths of the National Archaeological Museum's storerooms shed light on ancient ships and mariners.

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Archaeology

Intact Hellenistic Tomb Found in Kozani

The tomb of the woman was filled with offerings, indicating that she was rich or held an important position in the society.

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Museums

Eleutherna Museum Celebrates Third Birthday

The museum celebrates its three-year anniversary and rising visitor numbers with a temporary exhibition of coins from every city in ancient Greece.

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Archaeology

Stunning Discovery: Daskalio Islet Once Had a Huge Ancient Pyramid

Researchers working on the small islet of Daskalio near Naxos have discovered the remains of a sophisticated pyramidal structure over 4,500 years old.

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Museums

What Now for the Return of the Parthenon Sculptures?

For decades the British Museum argued that it was protecting the Parthenon Marbles by keeping them. Today even it no longer believes that.

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