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ARCHAEOLOGY’s editors reveal the year’s most compelling finds

ARCHAEOLOGY’s editors reveal the year’s most compelling finds

Ever since the discovery of the largest known Greek tomb was announced in August, archaeology buffs around the world have been eagerly awaiting each successive bit of news from the site. The Amphipolis tomb, which dates to the time of Alexander the Great, is a prime...
Crete what a wonderfull world!

Crete what a wonderfull world!

Drinkers Productions released a 45 second  video shows the beauty of Crete. The  video depict all of Crete’s beautiful sites, using small clips captured by the island’s visitors and residents. Visitors and residents of the island can send videos and images that they...
A Byzantine manuscript return to Greece

A Byzantine manuscript return to Greece

Duke University has decided to return to Greece a Byzantine manuscript which was removed from  the Athos Monastery of Agios Dionysios. The news became known following the visit of the general secretary of the Ministry of Culture and Sport, Lina Mendoni in Washington,...
Magnificent Lego Acropolis Is Made of 120,000 Bricks

Magnificent Lego Acropolis Is Made of 120,000 Bricks

A model of the Athens Acropolis was built with 120,000 Lego pieces and now is being exhibited at the second floor of the Acropolis Museum attracting  many young and older visitors. The Australian model maker Ryan McNaught is the maker of the Acropolis model he said...
Temple of Artemis  Vavrona Flooded

Temple of Artemis Vavrona Flooded

The archaeological site of Artemis Vavrona, flooded after the several hours of non stop torrential rain and within a few hours, the temple, dedicated to goddess Artemis, was turned into a lake as the muddy water covered the entire area. The amount of water that fell...
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