Alexander the Great Exhibited in Skopje

Wax statues of historical figures that stay immutable over time of Alexander the Great, Philip II of Aristotle and Justinian have been ordered for...

UNESCO Mediates Parthenon Marbles Fight

On October 6 in Athens the International Conference of committees will be held, which is a very important moment for the effort to return...

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...

Louvre Exhibits Antiquities Stolen From Ligortina

They were stolen from Ligortina and today are exhibited at the world famous Louvre Museum. We are talking about the dozens of antiquities stolen...

Louvre Asks Donations For Nike Repair

The Louvre Museum hopes to raise another million euros in an appeal for donations it launched to find the funds for the conservation of...

Mycenaean Era Tombs Found In Bodrum

Rock tombs have been found in Bodrum, that consitute  a part of the necropolis area. The manager of Bodrum Underwater Archeology Museum as well...

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...