Votive Relief of Zeus Unearthed in Bulgaria

A large votive relief of the ancient Father of Gods and men, Zeus, was discovered by the archeological team of Dr Ivan Hristov close...

Greek Mosaic Comes to Light in Calabria

In Calabria, southern Italy, archaeology students while excavating came across the largest Greek mosaic, dating between 320 and 150 B.C. that depicts dragons and...

Austerity’s Cost: Archaeological Sites Plundered

The BBC, in an article written by Theopi Skarlatos, has drawn attention to one of the least known collateral damages of the economic crisis...

Riace Bronzes Await to Be Housed in Magna Græcia

The two most famous ancient Greek statues of Southern Italy – the Riace bronzes- have been outside the museum in which they should be...

Byzantine Antiquities Demolished in Istanbul

According to information released by the Turkish media, the municipality of Istanbul, following Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s plans, keeps on with...

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...

Greek Museum Treasures in Plovdiv

The opportunity to "approach" the immortal glory of art and culture of ancient Greece is being offered to the residents of Plovdiv, Bulgaria, at...

Plato’s Hidden ‘Music Code’ Discovered

Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher, who was instrumental in laying the foundations for Western philosophy and science, used a regular pattern of symbols to...

Ancient Greek Villas Found Near Russkaya

During archeological excavations next to the Russkaya gas compressor station, near Anapa in Southern Russia, the foundations of three Ancient Greek villas that scientists...

Ancient Greek Warship Rams Research

Ancient Greek warship rams bring to light new scientific knowledge on the way ancient Greeks made tools and how early in history they had...