The coin, made on the island of Aegina around 500-480 BC, was confiscated from a package sent to the US from another European country.
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Proof that Greek merchants once settled in the ancient (sunken) city of Thônis-Heracleion, once Egypt’s largest port in the Mediterranean, was found by divers.
Ongoing excavations at the Late Neolithic-Early Bronze Age site on the island of Evia have unearthed evidence for far-flung trade in the Aegean.
The Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports has carried out an assessment of the earthworks for the restoration of the famous Kasta Tomb in Amphipolis.
The ancient shipwreck, the first underwater archaeological site in Greece to accept visitors, was one of four underwater sites chosen for the “i-mare ArchaeoGame” project.
The Thessaloniki metro was initially expected to be completed by 2012, but has been delayed for years due to the archeological finds - now to be repositioned.
The publication of a digital sites and monuments map will aid the Greek Culture Ministry, businesses and private citizens in future land access disputes.
A new exhibition at the Athens Municipal Gallery presents the mysterious broken figurines and ceramic artifacts from the Bronze Age Cycladic site of Keros.
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