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Greek Axiom by Socrates on Hiroshima Peace Bell Remains Relevant Today

The Greek axiom by Socrates, ΓΝΩΘΙ ΣΑΥΤΟΝ ("Know thyself"), inscribed on the Hiroshima Peace Bell, remains relevant today, 74 years after the first nuclear...

Ancient Greeks Likely to have Guided the Creation of China’s Famous Terracotta Army (video)

The similarities between the sculptures which comprise China's famous Terracotta Army and ancient Greek statues has led some archaeologists to believe that they were...

Archaeologists Find Misspelled Sixth-Century Greek Texts Near Galilee

Archaeologists have discovered three sixth-century Greek inscriptions -- complete with bad grammar and misspellings -- in the remains of a burnt church in the...

Ancient Greeks the Biblical Philistine Enemies of Jews, DNA Study Claims

The infamous Philistines, the enemies of the Hebrews in the Christian Bible, were likely ancient Greeks who had migrated to their land, a new...

Greek Actress Conquers Bollywood (video)

She left her home in Sweden at the tender age of 21 to move to India to become an actress. Quite unusual, one might...

“I Feel Greek, I Feel Singaporean” says 17-year-Old Soccer Wonder (video)

Vasileios Zikos Chua has just turned seventeen, and he has already played soccer professionally for one entire year for Geylang International in Singapore's Premier...

Cities Around the Globe Founded by Alexander the Great

Alexander the Great, who lived from July 356 BC to 10/11 June, 323 BC, was an intrepid conqueror and one of the most brilliant...

Ancient Manuscripts Digitized at St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai

A team from Greece is photographing thousands of fragile manuscripts at St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt, Reuters reports. The rare treasure includes some of...

The Greek Archaeologist in Search of Alexander the Great’s Tomb

For over fifteen long years, archaeologist Calliope Limneos-Papakosta has been searching for the Golden Fleece of Greece's ancient history -- namely, the priceless tomb...

Dimitri Tsafendas, The Greek Who Killed the Architect of Apartheid (video)

When Dimitri Tsafendas killed South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd on September 6, 1966, the courts decided it was an act of a madman....