Archaeology

Oldest Footprints in the World Studied on Crete

Think of this the next time you're making footprints in the sand. They lasted over 6 million years and are proof of human evolution.

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Archaeology

Roman-Era Marble Head Found in the Sea in Preveza

The head of a sculpture which appears to date back to the 2nd-3rd century AD, was found by a local official.

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Archaeology

UNESCO’s Stand on Parthenon Marbles Rattle British Officials

UNESCO has urged the United Kingdom to review is position on the Parthenon sculptures, defining it as an issue is of intergovernmental nature.

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Archaeology

UNESCO Ups Pressure for Return of Parthenon Sculptures

Following this week's meeting in Paris, UNESCO urges the United Kingdom to review is position on the Parthenon Sculptures and enter into a discussion with Greece.

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Archaeology

Acropolis to Shut Down Saturday Afternoon

An EU event to take place at the Acropolis of Athens will shut the site down to the public for a few hours this weekend.

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Archaeology

Underwater Research in Palekastro Bay, East Crete

A recent underwater survey in east Crete discovered a Roman-era shipwreck and the submerged remains of buildings dating back to the Minoan Bronze Age.

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Archaeology

Acropolis Site Closed on Sunday Morning

The archeological site will close for two and a half hours on Sunday morning, visitors beware.

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Archaeology

Thessaloniki Antiquities Being Restored to Metro

As work continues on the much-anticipated metro system, archaeological exhibits at Aghia Sofia station will include a Roman-era bath and fountain.

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