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Sure, the striker in this Greek lower-league match who somehow didn’t score despite having nearly all the time in the world is the easy scapegoat here, but let’s appreciate the defender’s hustle and never-say-die attitude in the face of impossi...

In sociology, deviant behaviour can be either malum in se, meaning wrong in itself, or malum prohibita, wrong because it is prohibited. The term deviant is also used to define the mystery of an ancient necropolis unearthed at the Phaleron (present-da...

It has been almost 200 years since the famous Greek statue known to Greeks as Aphrodite of Milos, or Venus de Milo, was discovered by a farmer on the Greek island of Milos. The man is said to have discovered the statue while renovating the walls of...

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This here’s Giannis Magos. He’s a Greek bodybuilder who appears to be about 30 percent tanning oil and anabolic steroids by volume. Magos won his weight class, but finished second overall at a bodybuilding event this weekend in Greece and he lost...

Archaeologists believe they might have detected a second monument at the Kasta Hill tomb site in Amphipolis, after the results of a geophysical survey, carried out by the Applied Geophysics Lab of the Aristotle University of Macedonia, revealed a str...

The green cedar tree at the center of Lebanon’s flag is a symbol connecting the Eastern Mediterranean state with its ancient past. Lebanon’s cedars (Cedrus libani) are seen as sacred, not only because they are mentioned 77 times in the Bible, b...