Greek Mystery of a “Lost Church” in Ancient Nicaea

A group of archeologists recently discovered a Church on the shore of the Lake İznik. İznik, historically known as ancient city of Greece called...

Chersonesus, Crimea, 2300-Year-Old Massacre

Chersonesus , an ancient Greek colony founded approximately 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula, known then as Taurica, was...

Feltrinelli Int’l Prize Awarded to Greek Professor Manolis Korres

The Feltrinelli International Prize was awarded to Professor of Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens Manolis Korres, for his contribution in the...

France: Ancient Greek Jug Found in Celtic Prince’s Grave

National Institute of Preventive Archaeological Research (INRAP) archaeologists unearthed the tomb of an ancient Celtic ruler in Lavau, France. They were surprised to find...

Exhibition: History of Ancient Macedonia in Brussels

Ancient Macedonia will be revived through an exhibition which will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels for a few days. "Arts and crafts...

Stephen Fry Supports the Repatriation of the Parthenon Marbles

The famous British actor, writer, journalist and comedian, Stephen Fry, in his speech during a debate organised by Intelligence Squared, strongly supported the return...

German Museum Returns Two Greek Antiquities

Two pieces of ancient Cycladic art, the figurine of a woman with a height of 88cm and a copper utensil which resembles a frying...

Guardian: The Parthenon Marbles Should Be Returned

As images of the newly discovered ancient Greek tomb in Amphipolis are making their appearance across the world, British newspaper The Guardian brings up the burning...

British Historian Warns Against Returning the Parthenon Marbles

In an interview with the Telegraph, Sir John Boardman, a leading British art historian, warned Amal Alamuddin and her partner Geoffrey Robertson that any move...

Italy: Greek Statues Back on Display

After four years of national controversy concerning two 2,500 year-old Greek statues, Italy’s Minister of Culture has decided to put them on exhibit once...