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Ancient Greek and Roman Sculptures in Color

Antiquity was as white as marble. For hundreds of years this fact has been one of the mainstays in the story of the origin...

BBC Attempts to Rewrite Ancient Greek History!

BBC published a not so flattering article regarding ancient Greek legends. The article's author, Armand d'Angour, associate professor of classics at the University of Oxford,...

Ancient Greece Comes Alive with ‘Invasion’ at Oxford School

Students were transported back 2,400 years when ancient Greece 'invaded' Cheney School. The East Oxford Community Classics Centre held a double bill of themed days including archery...
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 Day in UK School

On January 28 children from Witton Middle School in Droitwich Spa in the UK, dressed up as ancient Greeks to participate in the school’s...

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...

Guardian: ‘Despite the Recession, Greeks Still Light the Olympic Flame’

"Despite the disintegration of their politics and economy, the Greeks can still light and nurture the Olympic flame," begins journalist Henry Porter of The...

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...

Breakthrough into the Ancient World

Amphorae were used in Ancient Greece to store and trade wine and other liquids. They were two types of amphorae; the neck amphora, which...