The National Museum announced recently it will be bringing together to the Australian capital next year a major exhibition of artefacts from ancient Greece, capping off a series of shows from the British Museum. In keeping with the Olympic theme of 2020, Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes will feature 170 objects exploring the theme […]
It turns out there was divorce in ancient Greece too. In fact, the divorce could be demanded not only by the husband, but also by the wife. If the spouse wanted to divorce, he should have returned the dowry to his wife, which he received by her wife, and to ensure the financial survival […]
During the dawn of the Cycladic Bronze Age, a gleaming white monument rose up out of the Aegean Sea. A manmade network of terraces and buildings constructed out of more than 1,000 tons of imported white stone, the massive monument took up practically every inch of the Dhaskalio promontory that was once connected to the Greek island of Keros.