“Faliron: Between Two Worlds”, an exhibition showcases some of the most important findings from the salvage excavation the Faliron Necropolis, in the Delta of Faliron Bay, south of Athens, was inaugurated at the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus the weekend. The salvage excavation on the site where the Stavros Niarchos Foundation … Read More »
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Greece’s prominent Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) announced on Friday the cancellation of a 4-million-euro grant to the Culture Ministry aiming protect archaeological findings due to “constant and systematic delays” in the project. The SNF grant sought to help protect and showcase the archaeological findings in the Faliro Delta area which … Read More »
Faliron: Necropolis with 80 skeletons in chains, buried in array – Indications to Cylonian Affair in 632 BC?
Eighty dead, eighty men buried in array. All but one have their hands tied on their backs with iron chains. One skeleton has his feet chained. The remaining of Ancient Greeks have been laying in a big area of Falirikon Delta in South Athens for more than 26 centuries. Digging … Read More »
This morning I thought the Troika had sent air-fighters to spray us and enforce us to pay pack our loans. I was watching a formation of aircraft on training in the sky over Faliron at Athens sea coast. Seven aircraft were flying nicely doing some acrobatic. However it turned out … Read More »