A remarkably intact ancient Greek merchant ship from 2400 years ago has been found at the bottom of the Black Sea.
A trove of new artefacts have been recovered from the Roman-era wreck that yielded the mysterious Antikythera Mechanism, including an arm made of bronze and a strange metal disc. But most intriguing of all, the latest survey suggests that seven bronze statues are still waiting to be discovered.
An American husband-and-wife team working in Greece has uncovered the 3500-year-old remains of a prominent ancient warrior who was buried alongside an assortment of riches. It’s being called the most important discovery made in continental Greece in over 65 years.