The Greek Influence On Rome

By Dean J. Argyris* - Rome changed the world; there is no doubt of that. They constructed an intricate network of roads that connected...

Ecumenical Patriarch: “Hagia Sophia should not be turned into a Mosque”

 Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew has expressed strong opposition to the potential conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque. He was speaking during a debate about whether or not...

Tagesspiegel Says Nazis Destroyed Greece

The classical liberal German newspaper Tagersspiegel, criticizing Germany's refusal to pay more war reparations to Greece for World War II, said the Nazis  did...

Exhibition: History of Ancient Macedonia in Brussels

Ancient Macedonia will be revived through an exhibition which will take place at the European Parliament in Brussels for a few days. "Arts and crafts...

Ancient Music Brought Back to Life

The musician and expert in classics at Oxford University Armand D’Angour has brought ancient Greek music back to life. The ancient Greek songs haven’t...

Turks Search for Origins 90 Years After Treaty Of Lausanne

  “My aunt was 120 years old when she died in Turkey and she was really happy every time she heard the region’s songs on...

Archaeologists Claim They Have Found the Trojan Horse in Turkey

Turkish archaeologists claim a historical discovery as they believe they have found pieces of the Trojan Horse. According to a report by newsit.gr, Turkish archaeologists...
Pytheas Named Britain before the Romans

Origin of the Name Britain and the Western Greeks

Where does the name Britain come from and who gave it? A new book focuses on astronomer Pytheas of Massalia (Marseille) exploring the North Atlantic in the 320s B.C. who discovered, measured, circumnavigated and named Britain 265 years before the Romans.

Greek Byzantine Church in the Heart of Russian Olympic Games

  Those who are in charge of organizing the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games, together with with the Moscow Patriarchate’s authorities, constructed a glorious Byzantine...
The Greek and Bulgarian Flags

Greece and Bulgaria: Celebrating 60 Years of Diplomatic Relations 1954-2014

In May 2014, Greece and Bulgaria celebrate the 60th anniversary of the 1954 restoration of their diplomatic relations. Bilateral affairs of the last six decades underwent remarkable and unexpected progress...