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Greek History Revives in Festival of Archaeology

British children interested in history will have the chance to be archaeologists for one day at the Festival of Archaeology which is held from July 12...

Prof. Vassos Karageorghis Receives Archaeology Award 2011

The Archaeology Award 2011 was presented this year to Prof. Vassos Karageorghis for his significant contribution to Cypriot archaeology for over 50 years, in...

New Archaeology & Archaeometry Program at University of Cyprus

A very important research program budgeted at 4.6 million euros for Archaeology and Archaeometry, with the code name “NARNIA” will be the largest funded...

A 2000-Year-Old Road was Discovered in Western Turkey

A 55-kilometer section of a road that was built 2,000 years ago has been discovered in ongoing excavations of the ancient city of Aigai,...

A ‘New Ephesus’ is Waiting to be Unearthed at Parion, Turkey

Archaeological excavations at Parion, the ancient port of the Hellenistic period in today’s north-west Turkey, have shown that hundreds of large buildings are buried...

Magnificent Ancient Site of Aphrodisias in UNESCO World Heritage List

The Aphrodisias archaeology site in southwestern Turkey has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Aphrodisias, named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love was...

Archeologists Display Antiquities that Tell the Story of The Ancient Greek Civilization of Sozopol

Impressive artifacts from Ancient Greece found at the Apollonia Pontica antique necropolis in the Budjaka area of the Black Sea port town of Sozopol...

New Ancient Sarcophagi Discovered in Bursa, Turkey Could Mean Area Is Necropolis From Late...

An olive grove in Bursa, Turkey has revealed what experts are hoping is just the beginning to a treasure trove of ancient Greek archaeology. In...

Unearthed Church at Pisidia Raises Question of Religious Byzantine City

After three years of work, a big church in the ancient city of Pisidia, has been unearthed. The 6th-century church may have been destroyed by a big fire in...

Ancient Greek Fortress Over 2,000-years-old Discovered in Crimea

A joint excavation on the part of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Archaeology and researchers of the East Crimean Museum Preserve have...