Archaeology

The World’s Oldest Intact Shipwreck is Greek and in the Black Sea

The oldest intact shipwreck ever discovered is most likely from ancient Greece, dating back 2.400 years.

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Archaeology

Free Entry to the Acropolis Museum on October 28

The museum will waive the entrance fee to celebrate Greece's national "Ohi Day" holiday.

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Archaeology

Intact Mycenaean Tomb Unearthed in Nemea

The tomb belonged to a noble family and contained ceramics, jewelry and weapons from the early Mycenaean era.

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History

New Archaeological Discoveries Made at Minoan Zominthos Palace

The Cretan multi-story complex with over 150 rooms was used from Minoan times through to the Roman era and continues to stun archaeologists.

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Museums

August Full Moon Concert at the Acropolis Museum

The City of Athens Philharmonic Orchestra will perform in the Acropolis Museum courtyard, on August 26.

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Archaeology

Undisturbed Tomb of Ancient Noblewoman Found on Sikinos Island

The woman was buried with a large number of valuable objects untouched since her interment.

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Archaeology

Newly Found Clay Plaque Hailed as Oldest Written Record of Odyssey

Archaeologists uncovered the clay plaque featuring an excerpt of the Odyssey in Olympia, the site of the original Olympic Games.

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Archaeology

UNESCO Committee Discusses Return of Parthenon Marbles in Paris

A number of countries supported the Greek position seeking the return of the marbles from Britain including Argentina, China, Japan, Korea and Turkey.

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