The Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese, in partnership with universities of Bologna (Italy), Inalco (France), Yaşar (Turkey), Olympia Summer Academy (Greece) and Neapolis Pafos (Cyprus), offer…

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Archaeologists digging in the area of the Faliron Delta, a coastal area in southern Athens which served as a port for Athens in classical age, have discovered an ancient mass grave containing 80 shackled skeletons, Curator for Archeological Findings…

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Eighty years after the Olympic Flame was lit for the first time in the context of the modern Olympic Games, the Lighting Ceremony of the Olympic Flame for the RIO 2016 Olympic Games will take place in Ancient Olympia on April 21, 2016. Details on th…

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Austerity Mesures is a collection of Modern Greek poetry, published this April by Penguin and edited by Karen Van Dyck, Professor of Modern Greek Literature in the Classics Department at Columbia University.

Professor Van Dyck is the author of Kassan…

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Lake Stymphalia is located in the mountainous area of the Regional Unit of Corinthia, where, according to Greek mythology, Hercules confronted and slew the Stymphalian birds. In recent years, the wetland of Stymphalia has been significantly degraded…

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In this week's Events & Culture Agenda: “Ellados Gefsi” Gastronomy Festival, the OUTVIEW film Festival, the 11th annual Comicdom Con Festival, “Children on the move” photographic Exhibition and a Conference on New Media and Entrepreneurship in Tourism.…

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The Greek language, whether ancient, biblical or modern, can be ideally studied in a Greek- speaking environment. Distinguished French classical scholarJacqueline de Romilly once said that “[…] everyone has to learn Greek, because it is…

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Τhe Athens Concert Hall is hosting a lecture by Roderick Beaton, Koraes Professor of Modern Greek and Director of the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King's College London (Lord Byron and the bail-outs: what the British poet really did for the Gre…

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The house in which acclaimed Greek composer Manos Hadjidakis was born and raised (also known as Frourarcheio of Xanthi) will become a House of Culture, to be inaugurated this weekend (April 17, 2016), following the completion of restoration efforts u…

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Acknowledging the strong need for science to be reestablished in society and to engage stakeholders, the Institute for Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation and the Laboratory of Science Education, Epistemology and Educatio…

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