Aphrodite Statue Head Discovered in Turkey

A life-sized marble head of the ancient Greek goddess Aphrodite was discovered by a group of archaeologists at a site called Antiochia ad Cragum...

Greek Intercepts the Auction of Ancient Greek Amphora from 5th Century B.C.

Recently, an ancient Greek amphora from the 5th century B.C was due to be auctioned at Christie's London on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 for...

Ancient Greek Roman City of Phaselis is Slowly Submerging

Almost two meters of the ancient city of Phaselis have submerged in 2,000 years, indicated by studies carried out by geologists and geomorphologists in...

Cardiff Uni to Translate, Publish Ancient Athens Inscriptions of UK Collections

All the stone inscriptions from ancient Athens in UK collections are to be presented in English translations for the first time, thanks to a...

A Find of 300 Prehistoric Figurines in Greece

Southampton University archaeologists studying a Neolithic archaeological site in central Greece have helped unearth more 300 clay figurines, one of the largest numbers ever...

British Museum Exhibition on the Body in Ancient Greek Art

The British Museum will be hosting an exhibition entitled "Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art" from March 26 to July 5, 2015....

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...

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,...

100-Year-Old Shipwreck Discovered in Gulf of Izmir Could Be From ‘Great Fire of Smyrna’

A fifth shipwreck to date was recently uncovered in the Gulf of  Izmir according to Professor Muhammet Duman from Dokuz Eylül University (DEU) Marine...

Italian Gov’t to Return 80 Ancient Coins to Greece

The Italian Culture Ministry will return a total of 80 ancient coins to the Greek government in a ceremony that will take place on...