This section will serve to highlight archaeology discoveries currently highlighting the Hellenic World as we have imagined it. Click on Links to view the whole article:

Archaeology is fundamentally the study of humanity and its past. Archaeologists study things that were created, used or changed by humans. They do this by studying the material remains — the stuff we leave behind, such as lithic tools, a simple hut dwelling, a skeleton covered with gold jewelry or a pyramid that majestically rises from a desert floor. Sometimes, archaeologists study contemporary societies in order to shed light on those that flourished in the past.  Source

Archaeology in the News:

Traces of Bronze Age Beer Found in Greece, January 19, 2018

Articles on “Cycladic Bronze Age finds from the island of Keros”:

Mini-Pompeii may be hiding under modern-day Selinunte, January 17, 2018

Oldest ever trace of Hekate cult found, January 16, 2018

Ancient board game has no parallel in Europe, January 2018

UC Led Team Excavating Griffin Warrior Tomb, January 10, 2018

Articles on “Discovery of new Greco-Roman burials from Alexandria”:

Etruscan settlement found in Sardinia for first time, January 8, 2018

Articles on  “Greece Shuts Down Ancient Nemea Site”:

How Ancient Greek Mathematician Eratosthenes Calculated the Earth’s Circumference, January 3, 2018

Why Did Early Christians And Pagans Fight Over New Year’s Day?, January 1, 2018

The Grave of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos, January 2018

Norwegian Divers Discover Roman-era Shipwrecks off Naxos Island, December 19, 2017

Under the Sea: Exploring the Historic secrets of Ancient Rome, December 7, 2017


Articles about: “First Evidence for Julius Caesar’s Invasion of Britain Discovered”:

Ancient Macedonian Kasta Tomb in Greece’s Amphipolis set to open to public after excavation, November 23, 2017

Archaeologists Search for Ancient Theater of Amphipolis, Northern Macedonia, Greece, November 20, 2017

1,600-year-old church mosaic puzzles out key role of women in early Christianity, November 16, 2017

The Ancient Roman Cult That Continues to Vex Scholars, November 13, 2017

Votive figurines discovered at Anavlochos massif excavation on Crete, November 10, 2017

Archaeological Institute of America and Society for Classical Studies Joint Annual Meeting 2018: Discounted Registration Ends Today November 10, 2017

Israel’s Ancient Underwater Treasure, November 9, 2017

Tombs of Vergina: 40 Years Since Andronikos Unearthed the Macedonian Gems, November 8, 2017

Knossos: Palace of the Minoans, November 6, 2017

Swiss Archaelogists Discover Ancient Temple of Artemis on Euboea, September 20, 2017

3000-year-old Minoan graves uncovered, September 20, 2017

Rare artifacts and complex features in architecture found in Minoan palace on Cretan mountain, September 18, 2017

3 Ancient Statues of Senior Civil Servants Discovered in Turkey’s Antalya, September 17, 2017

A Rare Discovery Will Shed New Light on Mycenaean Funerary Practices, September 15, 2017

The Real Ark of the Covenant May Have Housed Pagan Gods, Sept 13, 2017

Ancient Greeks Built an Eclipse ‘Computer’ 2,000 Years Ago Aug 15, 2017

The Trove of Erotic Roman Art That Scandalized Europe’s Royals July 2017

Museums Show Limited Interest In Borrowing Parthenon Marbles May 2017

Kouroi Found on Chios Displayed at Chios Archeological Museum April 18, 2017

Ancient Greek Treasure: Archaeologists Discovered 1500 Years Old Burial In Inner Mongolia April 18, 2017

Earliest Structures at Nea Paphos Unearthed April 2017

New Archaeological Find in Thessaloniki Subway Rekindles Old Tensions March 14, 2017

Priceless Archaeological Treasure Surfaces After Storm In Crete, Greece January 2017