The Meaning of Gallipoli to Hellenism

- June 27, 2016

The landing of Australian and New Zealand troops (Anzac) on the shores of Gallipoli on April 25, 1915 is commemorated with reverence and is also […]

Greek History: Papadopoulos

- May 6, 2016

This week in history, on May, 5, 1919, Georgios Papadopoulos was born in the village of Elaiohori in Peloponnesos. After graduating from the Hellenic Military […]

Iron Age Knossos Surprises

- January 10, 2016

The Cretan City of Knossos was nearly three times larger than what was believed from earlier excavations, according to researchers from the University of Cincinnati […]

Christianity Reunited (to Some Extent)

- October 26, 2015

CONSTANTINOPLE – For the first time in nearly 1700 years, leaders of the Greek Orthodox, Armenian Apostolic, Syriac Orthodox, Catholic and Evangelical churches in Turkey […]

Fascination Over The Amphipolis Tomb

- January 24, 2015

NEW YORK – “CSI: Alexander” is what the New York Times call the months-long fascination with the excavations if the large ancient tomb in in […]

Greek Satellite Launched by NASA

- July 14, 2014

WALLOPS ISLAND, VA –  A satellite made by a group of Greek scientists, led by Periklis Papadopoulos, was launched by NASA on July 13 from […]

Elgin Marbles to Move, but Not to Greece

- July 12, 2014

LONDON – The Elgin Marbles are finally moving! Unfortunately, for Greeks and many others around the world who’d like to see them returned to Greece, […]