The name of the sport in ancient Greece was Episkyros. A football game called episkyros was played in ancient Greece between two teams.
At a remote archaeological site on the Greek island of Crete, archaeologists found an old Roman odeon. Romans and their visitors most likely attended a variety of events in the odeon, including lectures, musical competitions, city council sessions, and theatrical performances.
One of the most remarkable archaeological sites in Greece is the Dispilio Prehistoric Settlement, which is located close to Kastoria.
An Early Bronze Age village 2,000 years before Pompeii was almost completely preserved. And when Mount Vesuvius erupted on an autumn day, it managed to hide for generations.
Archaeologists have recognized ancient ruins discovered in Elis, Greece, as the lost temple of Poseidon of Samikon mentioned in the writings of the eminent ancient Greek geographer Strabon.
The Cairo Ministry of Antiquities has uncovered a statue of Alexander the Great within a historic “residential and commercial zone” in Alexandria, which they think was a commerce hub during the Ptolemaic period.