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The Piraeus Museum of Underwater Antiquities

The Piraeus Museum of Underwater Antiquities

the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) presented last week  the floating museum “Hellas Liberty” the new Museum of Underwater Antiquities to be hosted in the port’s old silo. Constructed in 1934-36, the silo was once used for storing grain before its transportation. The...
A marble antiquity head Returns to homeland

A marble antiquity head Returns to homeland

A Roman Era marble head of the Greek god Hermes initially that was was removed illegally and smuggled out of the country in the ’80s, was returned to Greece by British auction house Bonhams on June 4, following an official investigation. The ancient sculpture has now...
Byzantine-era ship wreck found  in the Black Sea

Byzantine-era ship wreck found in the Black Sea

A group of Russian divers said May 27 they had found Byzantine-era ship wreckage in the Black Sea off Crimea that included a trove of 10th century pottery. The wreck was discovered off the coast of Sevastopol in Crimea, the peninsula with a rich history that Russia...
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