Were the Minoans the people Plato referred to as Atlanteans? What really happened to this bright Bronze Age civilization?
Panagia Sumela Monastery Frescoes Vandalized in Turkey
Vandals have defaced priceless Byzantine frescoes in the Holy Monastery of Panagia Sumela in Trabzon, according to reports from Turkey.
The Last Priest of Poseidon
For Plato the island of Atlantis was Poseidon’s domain. Here on Crete the gods are still at play.
Greece’s Naxos Island May Have Been Inhabited 200,000 Years Ago
Neanderthals and early humans may have made it to the Greek island of Naxos, about 24 miles south of Mykonos, some 200,000 years ago.
Lost Lady of Sikinos Found by Archaeologists
Greek Archaeologists have unearthed a mind-boggling discovery at the Episkopi excavation site in the island of Sikinos. Archaeologists discovered an ancient unlooted tomb of a prominent woman adorned with unbelievable treasures and jewelry, according to news from the Ministry of Culture and Sports.
Russian Archaeologists Aim to Restore Palmyra
According to the Russian Ministry of Culture, on the cessation of hostilities in Syria, it will be imperative to launch restoration of the ruined Palmyra site damaged by ISIL. Russian archeologists have now gathered data for creating a unique 3D map of the antique city that will help with the restoration of ancient monuments in the ancient Syrian city.