Coming December 9th to the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, Dr. Jan Driessen with a lecture on the archaeological finds at Sissi, Crete.
A recent archaeological dig on remote Chrysi Island has led to the discovery of some impressive findings from the Minoan era.
The Greek Culture Ministry announced this week new discoveries from excavations at the ancient city of Tenea in the Peloponnese. Archaeologists led by Eleni Korka, have uncovered a complex of bathing facilities, of roughly 600 square meters, dating from between the end of the third century BC to the mid-1st century BC. The lost city […]
Archaeologists have discovered ruins that date to 4,600 years ago on Dhaskalio Islet, an uninhabited islet off the holiday island of Naxos.
Archaeologists of the University of Thessaly announced recently, the findings of the excavation of two stunning Classical-Hellenistic buildings at the ancient city of Kythnos (Vryokastro).
A visit to from Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras is cause for renewed enthusiasm over continued excavations at the Palace of Odysseus on the island of Ithaca (Ithaki).
The house discovered at Baia is approximately 92 square meters, the largest ever found from the pre-Cucuteni culture.
Ancient treasures surface these days in Romania and make quite an impression. Apart from the huge silver hoard recently discovered in Valcea county, three more important discoveries were made recently: a 20,000-year-old stone pendant, a Roman wall and a Roman sarcophagus, intact and sealed. The 20,000-year-old stone pendant was discovered at Poiana Ciresului, in Piatra […]
The 50 tombs discovered in the village of Paru represent the largest necropolis of the Bronze Age found until now in Romania.