Ancient Greek Drinking Game Replayed at West Chester University

Apparently drinking games are much older than previously thought. According to LiveScience, 2,000 years ago, during parties in ancient Greece, men used to play...

Parthenon Secrets ‘Unleashed’ in Nebraska

Visitors from across the world will have the opportunity to steal a glance at a lesser-known side of the ancient Greek Parthenon, its severely deteriorated...

Duke University to Return Byzantine Manuscript to Greece

Its decision to return a 10th century manuscript of the Byzantine period to Greece, which was removed from Mount Athos' Dionysiou Monastery, announced the Duke University,...
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Getty Villa Hosts New Exhibits Featuring the Roman Silver Treasure from Berthouville and ...

Two new exhibits opened at the Getty Villa in Malibu, CA this past week. The Getty Villa located on an iconic cliff in Malibu,...

Periclean Acropolis Exhibition in Chicago

Chicago's National Hellenic Museum, in collaboration with Notre Dame University School of Architecture, has announced the opening of a new exhibition on November 13. The exhibition is entitled...

Exhibition On Greek-Egyptian Culture at NYU

An exhibition examining the complex interactions between cultures in ancient Egypt during Greek rule was launched at the New York University's Institute for the Study of the Ancient...

Anthropologist George Armelagos Passes Away at 77

Professor Armelagos lost his battle with pancreatic cancer on May 15 at the age of  77. He was born on May 22, 1936 in...

Greek Artifacts Exhibited in Chicago Museum

The exhibition “The Greeks: From Agamemnon to Alexander the Great” will be held at the Field museum, Chicago, in partnership with Chicago National Hellenic...

New Greek Conservation Method Shown at US Universities

Scientific teams restoring the Acropolis monuments will demonstrate their innovative new technique of using lasers to clean antique marble surfaces from March 24 to April 4 at six U.S. universities. The...

Parthenon’s Secret

For 230 years archaeologists believed that the 160 meter long Parthenon frieze depicted the Great Panathenaic procession which was held every four years in honor...

Greek Parthenon Frieze’s History Reinterpreted

For the past 230 years, the story sculpted on the frieze of the Parthenon, one of the most influential buildings in the western world,...

NYC: Parthenon Drawings on Display

The Greek Consulate General in New York announced the opening of a new exhibition entitled “An Archaeologist's Eye: The Parthenon Drawings of Katherine A....

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