Category Archives: Archaeology in Greece

An Aerial Video of the Corinthia

The Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth has produced a wonderful video of the Corinthia’s antiquities from the air. Take a look:

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The Falero Cemetery

Here’s a good blog post about its discovery and some of the implications involved: “Sensationalising archaeological finds in pursuit of funding, access or political favour, however tempting, is a risky strategy – as we have noted previously in the case of Amphipolis. … Continue reading

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A Warrior’s Grave at Pylos

Looks like Jack Davis and Co. had quite a field season this year–here’s a NYT story on the unlooted Mycenaean grave that they found back in May.The grave dates to ca. 1500 BC, before the great palaces were built on … Continue reading

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