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5 Day Summer Course Transformative Learning through the Use of Art: Emphasis on the use of Cinema, Fine Arts & Ancient Drama

The Hellenic Adult Education Association (HAEA) is organizing a Summer Course titled "Transformative Learning through the Use of Art: Empahsis on the Use of Cinema, Fine Arts & Ancient Drama".
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International Conference "2018 DIS Arbitration Rules"

On behalf of Prof. em. Dr. Athanassios Kaissis we would like to invite you to attend the conference entitled "2018 DIS Arbitration Rules" organized by the German Arbitration Institute (DIS), International Hellenic University (IHU).
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The ancient Greek inventions that changed the world

Despite the fact that the ancient Greeks are most known for their contribution to the spiritual culture, they were also adept at the technical area.
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DeepMind AI system Pythia restores damaged ancient Greek texts

Pythia was the name of the High Priestess of the temple of Apollo at Delphi who also served as the oracle, commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi.
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The first, English taught, bachelor offered by a Greek University

The first undergraduate BA program taught in English at a Greek University is a fact, indicating a new era in higher education in Greece.BA Program in the Archaeology, History and Literature of Ancient Greece.
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The golden Athena of Phidias at the Acropolis Museum

The Acropolis Museum celebrates the anniversary of October 28th by introducing the lost statue of Athena the Virgin.
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Zatrikion: The ancestor of chess

The strategy board game of chess has its roots in Ancient Greece and its name was ‘’Zatrikion’’. There were 3 kinds of board games named ‘’Petties’’( Πεττείες).
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Invaluable Macedonian artifacts discovered in Florina

During a long-running excavation at the archaeological site of Axlada, Florina more than 200 graves containing a number of relics used in burials were found.
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The new Goulandris Museum of Modern Art has opened

Last Tuesday the new ‘’gem’’ of Athens opened its gates in Pagkrati. It’s about the new Goulandris Museum of Modern Art.
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Memorandum of Understanding with the University of West Attica

Study in Greece is very happy to announce the signing of another Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), this time with the University of West Attica.
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