The “Islands of the winds. The nautical culture of the Prehistoric Aegean” exhibition opens at Koules Fortress on the harbor of Heraklion.
News the University of Sheffield may close down its archaeology school has shocked archaeologists and students worldwide.
The Sissi Archaeological Project moves forward in 2021 unearthing the secrets of the Minoans.
An earthquake in 365 A.D. destroyed every city in Crete. It was the telltale echo of a much more devastating event nearly 2,000 years before.
From 24 May to 4 June 2021, the Fitch Laboratory will hold a two-week postgraduate training course Introduction to Ceramic Petrology Course 2021.
Eight tombs have been unearthed by archaeologists in a recent salvage excavation by the Ephorate of Antiquities of Ilia.
A team of scientists has finally discovered the secret of the perfect acoustics of the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus.
Egyptian archaeologists have made a stunning discovery by unearthing yet another treasure trove of ancient coffins south of Cairo.
Dr. Helena Tomas, one of the world’s foremost archaeologists, needs our help with therapy following a catastrophic illness.
Greek Culture Minister Lina Mendoni visited the Epidaurus Asclepeion archaeological site for a briefing yesterday.
Underwater excavations off Crete island are revealing more facts about the sunken city of Olous, off Elounda.
Beyond the science, the religion and the spirit of the Minoans speak of an unimaginable Utopia lost, and the fate of the Minoans.
Coming December 9th to the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens, Dr. Jan Driessen with a lecture on the archaeological finds at Sissi, Crete.
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.
Scholars unveil more and more to help us understand antiquity. But our legacy remains in the ethereal playground of King Sarpedon.