i – Athens Acropolis Walls To Undergo Long Overdue Strategic Preservation
ii – The bronze inscribed tablets of Argos at the Epigraphic Museum (Room 9), Athens. Exhibition duration: June 29, 2022 – January 15, 2023
iii – ‘Despite being an ethnic Greek, I supported Britain’s claim to the Parthenon Marbles—here is why my position has changed’
iv – ‘Returning the Parthenon Marbles to Athens would only feed the beast of nationalist myth—let them tell their story in London’. “Let’s choose, following Aristotle, historical truth over an emotive friendship,” says classical archaeologist Mario Trabucco della Torretta
ii – Carolyn Perry on Twitter: “Archaeologist Angeliki Kottaridis proposes a new identification of the ‘school’ where Aristotle taught Alexander the Great & his companions at Mieza, rather than the Nymphaeum at Isvoria. And this site seems much more likely!
iii – Guide to Amphipolis/Philippi on Twitter [: Ξεναγήσεις Στην Αμφίπολη on Twitter: “Αρχαία Πόλη Φιλίππων
iv – Orraon in Epirus: Well Preserved Settlement of Ancient Greece – most of the houses are still standing two story high and the street plan is still visible. In the town plan, twelve narrow parallel streets in the north and south cross two wider streets
v – A 4th century BC pebble mosaic was discovered in a bathhouse during an excavation at the Small Theatre of Ancient Amvrakia in Arta, Epirus.
vi – Revisiting the ‘Griffin Warrior’ Pylos
vii – Jeff Koons presents Apollo in Hydra
viii – Amphipolis Tomb Could Open To Visitors By End of 2022
ix – Carolyn Perry on Twitter: “Some of the remains of the ancient city of Thebes can still be seen, including the Mycenaean palace on the Kadmeia citadel, the site of the sanctuary of Demeter Thesmophoros, and an Early Bronze Age building (now under the Museeum)
x – Ancient Messene to Get New Archaeological Museum
xi – A Tour of Mycenaean Thebes
xii – Epigraphic Museum to Open in eastern wing of the Kapodistrias’ Barracks, Argos for 136 unique bronze inscribed tablets, part of financial archives in the treasury of the Athena Pallas sanctuary + significant stone inscriptions from the wider area of Argos
xiii – he Roman Bath at Isthmia constructed c.150 AD (on foundations of one of Classical date c.360 BC) in an area of the Sanctuary that was probably used by athletes. This Bath had a swimming pool 30 meters long and 1.4 m deep.
xiv – Prehistoric Aegean Treasures of Greece’s Keros Island Seen for First Time. Artifacts from the site on display in Athens. Ancient Aegean treasures from Keros and Daskalio, early Cycladic island sites which flourished from 3200-2100 BC, can be seen for the very first time at an exhibit which opened in Athens in late May
xv – Cyprus launches first underwater archaeological park at ancient port
xix – The Hellenistic hymns to Apollo with musical notation from Delphi
xx – From Corinthian Twilight to the Busy Countryside: Remaking the Landscapes, Monuments, and Religion of the Late Antique Corinthia