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Acropolis Museum Welcomes ‘Venus in a Gold Bikini’

The Acropolis Museum will showcase the sculpture “Venus in a gold bikini” from the National Archaeological Museum of Naples in honor of International Women's Day.

Navarino Observatory: Climate Change Took Toll on Mycenaean Palace in Pylos

Navarino Environmental Observatory researchers have presented findings that climate change most likely led to the destruction of the Mycenaean Palace of Nestor at Pylos.

Spain’s ‘La Razón’ Highlights Chios’ History and Link to Homer

Chios was recently highlighted in a double-page feature of Spanish newspaper "La Razón" for its eventful history and link with ancient poet Homer.

Athens Hoteliers Launch Cultural Action, Free Theatrical Performances

Theatrical performances of the works of great writers of Greek antiquity will take place free of charge at select archaeological sites and monuments of Athens.

Mass Reading of Homer’s ‘The Odyssey’ for European Latin & Greek Fest

Greece joins the Europe-wide public reading of The Odyssey, which will bring together hundreds of people in France and abroad for the Odyssee 24 event.

Greek Antiquity Exhibition Travels to Canada and the United States

More than 500 priceless artifacts from 21 Greek museums will be brought together at the world premiere of the original exhibition "The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great" that will open at the Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal’s museum of Archaeology and History, on 12...