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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...

A ‘New Ephesus’ is Waiting to be Unearthed at Parion, Turkey

Archaeological excavations at Parion, the ancient port of the Hellenistic period in today’s north-west Turkey, have shown that hundreds of large buildings are buried...

Unearthed Church at Pisidia Raises Question of Religious Byzantine City

After three years of work, a big church in the ancient city of Pisidia, has been unearthed. The 6th-century church may have been destroyed by a big fire in...

Bulgaria Greenlights Archaeological Research by Greek Ship

The Bulgarian government has issued a permit to allow an archaeological expedition in the southwestern Black Sea. The oceanographic expedition will take place from...

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...

Erotic Greek-Painted Vase Discovered in Bulgaria

Bulgarian archaeologists have unearthed an Ancient Greek vase featuring an erotic scene during excavations in the Black Sea town of Sozopol. The vase was found...