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3000-year-old skeleton could be evidence for a gruesome Greek legend

Recent excavations of a 30-meter ash altar on Mount Lykaion in Greece, once worshipped as the birthplace of Zeus, have revealed a 3000-year-old skeleton of an adolescent boy thought to be a human sacrifice,
August 11, 2016

Greek archaeologist says he has found Aristotle's tomb

An archaeologist thinks he has discovered the tomb of Greek philosopher Aristotle after a 20-year excavation of a site.
Newsmax: May 27, 2016

Ancient grave with 80 bodies found near Athens may be linked to Cylonian affair

Archaeologists digging in the area of the Faliron Delta, a coastal area in southern Athens which served as a port for Athens in classical times, have discovered an ancient mass grave containing 80 bodies, placed side by side,
April 14, 2016

Macedonian-era tomb discovered during public works in Pella

A Macedonian era tomb was discovered within the modern settlement of Pella during sewage network constructions.
December 23, 2015

Lefkada moved 36 cm south by earthquake

The island of Lefkada moved 36 cm to the south after the strong earthquake measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale that stroke the Ionian island on Tuesday according to Athens Geodynamics Institute data collected by the GPS station at Ponti on Lefkada.
November 20, 2015

Warming set to breach 1C threshold

Global temperatures are set to rise more than one degree above pre-industrial levels according to the UK's Met Office.
BBC: November 9, 2015