Archaeology

Free Entrance to Acropolis Museum on March 25

Not only will entry be free but visitors will be able to take part in special tours at the Acropolis Museum on Greek Independence Day.

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Archaeology

Cambridge Lecture to Shine New Light on Phaistos Disk

The disk dating to the Minoan period remained undeciphered for decades, but following ten years of work, two researchers claim to have cracked the code.

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Museums

A Tale of Three Cities: Exhibition Brings Ancient Crete to Athens

The exhibition at the Museum of Cycladic art explores three cities that were once thriving centers in antiquity, but were subsequently abandoned and lost.

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Archaeology

Two Ancient Greek Finds in Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries for 2018

Proving that the study of ancient Greece still holds many surprises, 2018 turned up some important and unexpected finds.

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Archaeology

Kea Pays Tribute to American Archaeologist Miriam Caskey

Caskey was part of a team of American archaeologists who arrived on the island at a key time and unearthed finds unlike those seen anywhere else.

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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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