Underwater archaeologists also found four other shipwrecks dating from several different historical periods.
The Minoan Civilization, which flourished on the Greek island of Crete in ancient times, is considered by many to be the birthplace of "high culture" in Europe.
Researchers say that the warrior was likely of high status because he and his family were buried more than 16 feet below the ground alongside a trove of valuable items.
The Mycenaean culture was the first advanced civilization to develop on the Greek mainland, centered around the capital of Mycenae.
The Battle of Salamis between the Greeks and Persians is thought of as a turning point in Western civilization.
One member of the group washes her face and eyes in her urine every morning.
In the new "Assassin's Creed Odyssey" DLC, "The Lost Tales of Greece," players will hunt down an impostor. That's just some of what's coming to the May update.
The gruesome execution took place 2,000 years ago on the Greek island of Thasos.
The shipwrecks were discovered off the coast of the island complex of Fourni.
The mosaic's multicolored patterns were painstakingly composed of tiny stones—about 3,000 of them per square foot.
Dhaskalio is a protected site and uninhabited today, but was once widely known for ritual activities.
Bethsaida is purported to be the hometown of apostles Philip, Andrew and Peter.
Most of our historical record about the Phoenicians came from ancient Greeks and Romans—the Phoenician's arch-enemies.
"Finding the bones of the young woman ... should not be surprising."
You'd think people would have noticed earlier.
An earthquake struck Lechaion somewhere between 50 and 125 A.D., and the majority of the ruins have since been buried beneath sediment.
Hippocrates described unidentified parasitic worms in his medical texts 2,500 years ago. Ancient human poop just revealed which ones.
The parasitic worms were found in decomposed matter recovered from the surface of pelvic bones.
Looking at the image "brought some people to tears."
Experts made the discovery on the Greek island of Thirassia.
The Swiss-led team discovered the site at the foot of the a hill near the fishing town of Amarynthos.
The burial chamber, filled with jewels, is one of the largest carved tombs discovered in central Greece.
The find sheds new—and disturbing—light on Greek society.