Minister Pappas tours the US in view of TIF2018 Greece’s Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media, Nikos Pappas, toured the U.S. Feb 5-9, to invite businesses to participate in the Thessaloniki International Fair 2018 next September, where the USA will be the honored country.
Minister Pappas visited Los Angeles, where he had… more »
ATLANTA—February 20, 2018. Georgia Humanities announces the appointment of Laura McCarty as the organization’s new president, effective February 1, 2018. McCarty succeeds Jamil Zainaldin who, as previously announced, retired on January 31.
McCarty is a collaborative leader who brings more than 20… more »
The February edition of EuropeNow Journal is here! This month’s issue includes a special feature on Nationalism, Nativism, and the Revolt Against Globalization. This special feature examines the resurgence of far-right groups through an array of research, poetry, and visual art.
For decades it was known only as the “graffiti stone.” Leaning against a wall in a shadowy corner of Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulcher, the big blank rock the size of a dining-room table invited scribbling by passing pilgrims and tourists.
But two Israeli researchers who recently examined the other side of the stone say… more »
A rare, colorful mosaic dating from the 2nd-3rd century was recently uncovered in the ancient port city of Caesarea, located halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. It is one of the few extant examples of mosaics from the time period in Israel and its craftsmanship is compared by archaeologists to the fine artistry… more »
Impressive finds were unearthed from the excavations at the “Vryokastro” site in Kythnos, where the ancient city of the homonym island of the Cyclades was inhabited since the 10th century B.C. up to the 6th-7th century A.D.
The discoveries in the two buildings surveyed in recent years in the area – a beautiful… more »
Raphael, a few verses they ask of you, an epitaph for the poet Ammones; do compose them: something of refined taste and polish. You can do it, you are the most suited to write what’s just for the poet Ammones, one of our own. C. P. Cavafy, “For Ammones, Who Died at 29,… more »