Greek Archaeologist Exploring Jordan’s Rich Ancient Sugar Industry

Greek archeologist Konstantinos Politis is the chairman of the Hellenic Society for Near Eastern Studies and has been excavating in Jordan for more than...

You Be the Judge: Is this Mosaic at an Ancient Synagogue in Israel Alexander...

At the archaeological site in Israel known as ancient Huqoq, archaeologists excavated a mosaic of what many believe is none other than Alexander the Great. According...

After 200 Years Restoration Work Finally Begins on Jesus’ Tomb in Jerusalem

Finally after years of disputes the long-awaited conservation and restoration project on Jesus' Tomb where he was buried before his resurrection has begun. On Tuesday,...

The First Greek in Liberated Palmyra

Palmyra in Syria opened for the first time its doors to archaeologists and journalists. A Greek journalist from MEGA channel, Thanasis Avgerinos, was there...

Α Journey to the Land of Immortals; 4,000 Years of Greek Treasures

The largest exhibition that has ever been organized in Japan, will contain Greek showpieces exclusively from Greek museums and will take place in three...

Alexander the Great Depicted in Israeli Mosaics

This summer, excavations directed by UNC-Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences professor Jodi Magness revealed stunning new mosaics that decorated the floor of...

147 Ancient Greek Artifacts to Travel to Japan

A major temporary exhibition, entitled “The Golden Legend,” will be held at the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo and two other venues in Japan...

Researchers Translate Ancient Greek Recipe for Hangover

Over a century ago, researchers Bernard Grenfell and Arthur Hunt discovered 500,000 ancient documents in the ancient Egyptian city of Oxyrhynchus. The 1,900-year-old papyri...

Alexander the Great Era Treasures Found in Israeli Cave

Cave explorers in Israel have discovered a small treasure of coins and jewelry dating to the era of Alexander the Great. According to archaeologists...

Greece Condemns Destruction of Cultural Artifacts in Iraq by ISIS

Greece expressed its abhorrence of the destruction of antiquities in Mosul’s Museum and Public Library in Iraq by ISIS. "We express our abhorrence of the base...