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Strong Earthquake, Measuring 5.1 Richter, Shakes Athens

The epicenter of the earthquake was located near western Athens, and it was felt throughout the Greek capital and as far away as the Peloponnese.

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Greek Find Called Earliest Sign of Humans out of Africa

Researchers claim that re-examined skull fragments found in Greece in the 1970s upend current theories about when humans first arrived in Europe.

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Oracle’s Oil: New Plan to Boost Delphi’s Olive Game

A new plan is in the works that would see Delphi become a center for promoting olives, olive oil and their health benefits.

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Ancient Perfume Recreated for Archaeological Museum Exhibition

The perfume was created following ancient methods for the Countless Aspects of Beauty exhibition on now at the National Archaeological Museum.

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Why the Mycenaean Civilization Collapsed in the Peloponnese

Geological analysis by researchers of the Navarino Environmental Observatory show how climate change doomed the centralized system ruled by Nestor's Palace.

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Athens Digital Arts Festival Issues Call for Volunteers

Now in its 14th year, the ADAF combines the world of art with the world of technology. This year the festival will explore the idea of a technological singularity.

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The Super Blue Blood Moon Rises Over the Parthenon

Athens' Sacred Rock is captivating any day or night. But on January 31st it was further enhanced by the backdrop of the rare 'super blue blood' moon.

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The Prehistoric Giant Tortoise Discovered in Greece

A sculptor and amateur paleontologist has had a prehistoric species of giant tortoise named after him after painstakingly uncovering it on a Greek beach.

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