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The Intriguing Greek Origins of Marseille, France’s Oldest City

The Greeks are well known for their ancient tales of glory and tragedy, as well as their civilization's innumerable contributions to the very foundations...

Discovery of Roman Mosaic Depicting Greek Mythical Figures Amazes Britain

A Roman mosaic that was discovered in 2017 was brought to light in its entirety recently, in Boxford, West Berksire in England, UK. In what...

Archaeologists Express Concerns Over Future of Hagia Sophia of Trabzon

The association of Greek archaeologists sent a letter recently to the Greek and Turkish ministries of culture as well as to the Greek branch...

The Austrian Parliament and The Story Behind its Unique Greek Character

One of the most beautiful and impressive Parliament buildings anywhere in Europe is in the Austrian capital of Vienna. Standing in the city's center since the...

Archaeologists Find Ancient Greek Family’s Grave in Northwest Turkey (Photos)

  The archaeological site of Assos is located in the north-western part of Turkey in the famous area of Troad, in the province of modern-day...

Ancient Greek Pithos Burials Unearthed in Turkey

Pithos burials have been discovered in the ancient city of Antandros, on the skirts of the Kaz Mountains, in the western province of Balikesir’s...

Archaeologists Confirm Discovery of Villa and Mosaic of Greek Fisherman Phainos in Turkey

After a property developer in noticed ancient ruins some 3-meters deep during a groundbreaking procedure in Turkey’s southwestern city of Muğla, he called the...

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...