Ancient Greek Quarry in Marseille Partly Classified as Historic Monument

Discovered by chance during the construction of a building in the center of Marseille, a Greek quarry dating from the 5th century BC will...

1,800-Year-Old Mosaic Found in Ancient City of Perge in Turkey

A 1,800-year-old mosaic, which showed the sacrifice of Iphigenia, the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra during the Trojan War in Greek mythology, was found...

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...

Uproar in Turkey Over Social Events at the Ancient Greek City of Ephesus

A fiery debate has been sparked in Turkey over the alleged use of the ancient city of Ephesus in the Aegean province of Izmir...

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...

Pompeii and the Greeks

An exhibition testifying to the many cultures that have left their mark on the ancient city of Pompeii from its foundation to its destruction...

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 Discoveries at Poseidonia Tell Us More About the Ancient City’s Greek Founders

The city originally called Poseidonia was established by Greek colonists some twenty-five hundred years ago, and was one of the most important sanctuaries in...

Impressive Exhibition ‘Pompeii and the Greeks’ Opens in Italy

The large exhibition "Pompei ei Greci" (Pompeii and the Greeks) opens its doors on April 12, 2017 exposing the magnificence of Ancient Greece beyond...

Crimean Bridge Construction Site Reveals More Treasures From Ancient Greece

The head of Russia's Academy of Sciences under water unit, Sergei Olkhovsky, announced on Wednesday that part of an ancient Greek terra-cotta statue was...