Center Co-Directors George Demacopoulos and Aristotle Papanikolaou gave a series of lectures last year at the Eagle River Institute of Orthodox Christian Studies in Eagle River, Alaska. Professor Demacopoulos’s lecture “?” is now available for listening. Another lecture in this series by Professor Demacopoulos, “Tradition Without Fundamentalism,” is more »
Among the many buildings on Kos that sustained damage during last week’s 6.6 magnitude earthquake was the Dodecanese island’s archaeological museum. Thankfully, the historical structure built in 1936 survived the temblor but some of its ancient exhibits were less fortunate.
According to a report issued on Monday by the Ministry of… more »
For more than 1,600 years, the remains of Herculaneum—a lavish Roman resort town 10 miles north of… more »
The Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, in collaboration with the Honorary Consulate of Cyprus in Georgia and Southeast United States,
is unveiling to the public its first museum display of shadow puppets from Cyprus on June 10, 2017.
Honorary Consul of Cyprus Polyxeni Potter and Mr. Vincent… more »
Greece’s primary surplus hits 4.2% for 2016, outperforming 0.5% target Greece overperformed in 2016 hitting a primary surplus of 4.2%, well above the 0.5% target, as announced by the Hellenic Statistical Authority and confirmed by the European Commission.
British Museum’s vision of the ancient sculptures travelling to China and Africa has so far come to nothing
“The British Museum has received only a single request to borrow one of the Parthenon Marbles since the sensational loan of a sculpture to Russia in December 2014. The pediment sculpture of the river god… more »
The two kourοi from Apollo and Artemis sanctuary at the port of Emporios, Chios island, are now on display at the Archaeological Museum of Chios with the assistance of the Acropolis Museum experts.
The kourοi were unearthed in 2004 by archaeologist Kokkona Roumbou. One of the kourοi is from a Paros island workshop… more »
Archaeologists have recently discovered 1500 years old burial. They have found it in Inner Mongolia, an autonomous region in China.
Archaeologists exhumed a Silk Covered body inside a coffin and a silver bowl depicting Greek goddesses. They said,’Silk Road’ was an ancient network or trade route that joined Asia and Europe.
The old… more »
WARSAW, POLAND—Science & Scholarship in Poland reports that a team led by Henryk Meyza of the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures of the Polish Academy of Sciences has found fragments of 2,400-year-old walls and floors at the site of Nea Paphos in Cyprus. These features are thought to… more »
“Dr Ceiridwen Edwards and PhD student George Foody were permitted to take bone samples and teeth from over 110 of the more than 600 skeletons discovered in the Necropolis, a rock-hewn burial site from the Late Minoan period dating to more than 4,000 years ago. During their two-week visit, the Huddersfield researchers –… more »