A team of international archaeologists from the University of Gothenburg has begun to explore an ancient city of Classical Greece, 2,500 years old, called Vlochós, which until now had gone unnoticed because it was thought to be an unimportant enclave of the ancient world. However, the discovery of new vestiges may change the concept of this area. The explored site is an ancient city virtually unknown 300 kilometers north of Athens, located around and on the hill Strongilovoúni, which is part of the great plains of Thessaly. The vestiges found belong to several historical periods.
The Story Of Medusa by Mythology & Fiction Explained In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Gazers upon her face would turn to stone.
The Minotaur and the labyrinth is a story that many of us may know but how well do you really know the story of Theseus and his battle with the Minotaur?
The growth and development of many well-known ancient Greek sites can be more fully understood and appreciated in the context of their geological settings and plate-tectonic dynamics (especially earthquakes, faulting, tsunami, and volcanism). Sites such as Delphi, Mycenae, Ithaka (Cephalonia), Akrotiri (Thera), Helike, Thermopolyae, and Ancient Corinth are some of the examples where there is […]