Archaeologists find the skeletons of 80 men who may have been followers of ancient would-be tyrant Cylon of Athens.
An incomplete inscription might reopen the debate about the identity of the owner of the Alexander the Great-era tomb.
What is now a peninsula was once an island, archaeologists found after drilling into the ground and examining rock samples.
The unprecedented discovery was concentrated in an area of just 17 square miles.
What is astonishing, say archaeologists, is not only the number of the shipwrecks but also the diversity of the cargoes.
The skeleton of an ancient warrior rested undisturbed for more than 3,500 years with more than 1,400 precious objects.
A monogram found at a mysterious Alexander the Great-era tomb suggest it was built for the ruler's lover/friend, Hephaestion.
A bronze chair arm and a piece of a Greek board game are among the latest treasures raised from the site of the famous shipwreck Antikythera.
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