THE GREEKS on display at the National Geographic Museum [Video]

The traveling display, 'THE GREEKS: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great', has met with great success in the United States. On the last leg of...

Masterpieces of Greek Classical Art at the Met Museum

“Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World,” which opens on Monday, April 18, at the Metropolitan Museum is a grand scale exhibition...

Onassis Cultural Center in New York Unveils Never Before Shown Greek Artifacts in North...

New initiatives in 2016 continue to take place at the Onassis Center in New York, as promised by the Foundation at the start of...

Pergamon and the Hellenistic Kingdoms of the Ancient World

Alexander the Great, one of Greece's most important historical figures as well as one of the most popular historical personalities in the world, has...

Civilization of Dion Exhibit in New York, March 24 to June 18

  “In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous,” - Aristotle Americans will be given the opportunity to see the civilization of Dion for...

National Gallery of Art Showcases Rare Bronze Hellenistic Sculptures of Ancient Greece

An unprecedented exhibition of rare bronze sculptures from the Hellenistic period is making its farewell appearance, after stops in Florence and Los Angeles, at...

Rare Greek Bronze Statues Presented at the National Gallery of Art

An exhibition entitled Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World, featuring 50 rare Greek bronze sculptures, opened at the National Gallery of...

Athenian Agora’s Timely Significance Inspires Artist in Pennsylvania, USA

Art teacher at North East Elementary School Michael (Mike) Hinman created a large-scale acrylic painting, entitled "The Agora," which was finally unveiled at the Jefferson Educational...

Groundbreaking Greek Artifacts Exhibition at The Field Museum

"The Greeks—Agamemnon to Alexander the Great" exhibition, is drawing from the collections of 21 museums throughout Greece, making it the largest exhibition of its...

$70K Bronze Statue of Greek God Talos Vandalized in Portland

A man is facing felony charges for vandalizing a prominent bronze sculpture depicting the Greek mythological god Talos in downtown Portland, Oregon, on Thursday...

Research Debunks Beliefs about Economic Growth in Ancient Greece

Stanford Classics Professor Josiah Ober has long suspected that some of the long-held ideas scholars had about the ancient Greek world could be wrong....

Professor Discovers Ancient Greek Coins in Library Collection

A classics professor at the University of Buffalo, USA has discovered a significant collection of ancient Greek and Roman coins in the university’s library....

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