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The carved head of Hermes was built into a drainage duct.
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Since August, Sarah Mardini — a humanitarian aid worker who saved refugees bound for Greece by pulling their sinking dinghy ashore — has indefinitely languished in a prison outside Athens.
Religious conservatives condemned the red figure as satanic and yanked it from its pedestal, while a priest attempted to exorcise it.
With the 200th anniversary this week of the July 11, 1816 purchase through an Act of Parliament of the Parthenon Marbles for the British Museum, members of parliament are introducing a bill that would repatriate the ancient artifacts.
The Onassis Cultural Center NY is showcasing four decades of archaeological findings from Dion, the ancient Greek village that tried to get as close to the gods as possible by building shrines and structures on the slopes of Mount Olympus.
The sonic intentions of architecture are often lost over the centuries. In 2014, a team of researchers investigated the acoustics of Byzantine churches in Thessaloniki, Greece, to retrieve some of that design through sound mapping.
The Colossus of Rhodes, destroyed by an earthquake in 226 BCE, may soon rise again, redesigned and totally tricked out for the 21st century.
The Greek Ministry of Culture announced on August 25 that since 2009, archaeologists at a Mycenaean palace on Aghios Vassilios Hill on Greece’s Sparta plain have unearthed numerous artifacts.
In response to the German government’s insistence on imposing austerity measures on Greece, the artists representing Germany at this year’s Venice Biennale have made a simple but powerful statement in support of the debt-ridden nation.
On this week’s art crime blotter: German police catch up with Hitler’s bronze horses, falling tourist takes Greek vase with her, and Swiss squatters brick up museum entrances.