Ancient Greek Inscription Uncovered in Egypt

  A second-century temple in Egypt has been found by archaeologists who say Greek inscriptions form part of the remarkable discovery. Egypt's Antiquities Ministry says the...

Antikythera Wreck Artifacts Travel to China for Beijing Exhibition

Greece's archaeological council has approved an exhibition of the Antikythera wreck artifacts in Beijing's Palace Museum, located the Forbidden City section of the Chinese capital. The...

Egyptian Experts Find Ancient Greco-Roman Temple

Archaeologists from Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities have uncovered the remains of a 2,200-year-old Greco-Roman temple in the country's Western Desert, according to National Geographic. The...

Syria Accuses Turkey of Bombing Ancient Site

A Syrian government antiquities body has accused Turkey of bombing a UNESCO heritage site -- which includes significant Byzantine heritage -- during its military...

Israeli Scientists Uncover Ancient Greek Inscription

Scientists in Israel have unearthed a rare Greek-language mosaic dating from the 2nd-3rd century. Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) were digging at Caesarea...

Greek Culture Unearthed in War-Torn Syria

Amid the bloody conflict in Syria, evidence of ancient Greek culture in the war-torn Middle Eastern country has recently been unearthed. Three Byzantine mosaic panels...

Greek Goddess Artemis Statue Found in Egypt

The Egyptian-Swiss mission working in the old town of Aswan, Egypt, has unearthed a small incomplete statue that is likely to depict the Greek...

Ruins of Hellenic Gymnasium Unearthed in Egypt Oasis

A joint Egyptian-German archeological team found in the middle of an oasis in the northwest of the country the first Hellenic gymnasium that is...

Lost City of Alexander the Great is Found in Iraq

"Archaeologists say they have found a lost city that was founded more than two millennia ago following the conquests of Alexander the Great in...

Babylonian Trigonometry Tablet Precedes Pythagoras by 1,000 Years

A Babylonian clay trigonometry tablet and a reed pen precedes the Pythagorean Theorem by at least 1,000 years and is accurate today, according to...