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Egyptian Shipwreck Proves Greek Historian Herodotus Right — After 2,500 Years

Archaeologists have recently discovered an ancient shipwreck which proves the Greek Historian Herodotus was absolutely correct about the observations he made nearly 25 centuries ago. The...

Alexandria’s ”Graeco-Roman Museum” Set to Reopen After Years of Renovation

The ''Graeco-Roman Museum'' of Alexandria, Egypt is due to reopen in the following months, after years of expensive restorative work and renovations. The museum, which...

Greek Inscription from Fifth Century Discovered in Israel

A Greek inscription in mosaic tiles dating back to the fifth century AD was discovered in the Israeli village of Tzur Natan, earlier this...

Greeks of Egypt Honor Fallen Heroes

The Greek community of Egypt honored the Greek soldiers who fell in El Alamein, during the ferocious battle against the Axis powers in the...

Greek Man Uncovers Earliest History of Singapore

Kostas Ikonomopoulos, a 43-year-old Greek national who has been living in Singapore with his wife and daughter for the last several years, has uncovered...

Greek Mosaics Discovered Inside Old Israeli Church

Impressive archaeological finds, including a magnificent mosaic featuring Greek inscriptions, were uncovered in a church some 1,500 years old during Israel Antiquities Authority salvage...

Terracotta Warriors Inspired by Greek Art

New research indicates that the nearly 8,000 life-size Terracotta Warriors that were found in three different pits near the First Emperor of China mausoleum...

Ancient Greek Magic Curse Tablet Found in Jerusalem

Archaeologists found a 1,700-year-old curse tablet from a Roman mansion in the City of David in Jerusalem. A magician named Kyrilla had written in...

The Timeless Greek Inscription on the Hiroshima Peace Bell

Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, in the center of Hiroshima, Japan, is a place dedicated to the legacy of Hiroshima as the first city in...

Macedonian Traces in China

In antiquity when the Ancient Greeks and Romans referred to the Chinese they used to call them by the Latin name Sinae, which the...