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...

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...

Caraftu Caves, The Mysterious Lair of Hercules in Western Iran

The province of Kurdistan in Western Iran hides an amazing secret which connects this Asian province with ancient Greece. The Caves of Caraftu are a...

Mask with Ancient Greek-Style Elements Discovered in Egypt

A silver face mask gilded with gold, a mummification workshop, mummies and sarcophagi have been discovered at a tomb complex in Saqqara, Egypt, an...

Chilean Metro Station Resembles Museum of Greek Civilization

The ”Grecia” metro station in Santiago, Chile could easily be called a small museum of Greek civilization where passengers can admire the exhibits. The underground...

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...

Ancient Greek Earring Unveiled in Jerusalem

An ancient Greek gold earring found last year in Jerusalem has been revealed by the Israeli authorities. The jewellery, around 2,000 years old and fashioned...
Ancient Greece in Mexico City: Exhibit Keramika

Greek Antiquities and Dimitris Yeros’ Photos at Mexico’s Museo Nacional de Antropología

Since last month the Museo Nacional de Antropología (MNA) in Mexico City is hosting the gala exhibition “Keramiká. Materia divina de la Antigua Grecia”. The...

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...

Did Ancient Greeks Help Create Famous Chinese Terracotta Warriors?

New studies regarding the 8,000 statues that guard the mausoleum of the First Emperor of China reveal that they were most likely created under...