Mihailo Tolotos, who was born in Greece and lived his entire life in a remote monastery, only read about women in books.
Archaeologists have unearthed the skeleton of a woman who was buried on a bed adorned with images of mermaids.
Pieces of wood allegedly belonging to the iconic wooden horse have been reportedly discovered in Greece.
Archaeologists have discovered a jar that was once used to bestow a deadly curse on 55 people.
A vast stretch of vegetation next to Aitoliko Lagoon has become hidden beneath a huge mass of spider silk.
It has been over a century since the ancient device was found in a shipwreck off the coast of Greece.
A Bosnian pine tree located in Greece has been identified as the oldest living tree on the continent.
Lead tablets inscribed with powerful curses have been unearthed at a grave site in Athens, Greece.
A small Greek archipelago has come to be regarded as the ancient shipwreck capital of the world.
A British tourist managed to capture the image of an unidentified sea creature while on holiday in Corfu.
Divers exploring a 2,000-year-old shipwreck off the coast of Greece have found over 50 new artifacts.
A new expedition in Greece is hoping to discover more fragments of the mysterious Antikythera mechanism.
Efforts to uncover the secrets of the tomb linked to Alexander the Great in Greece have come to a halt.
The concept of the dead rising from their graves is certainly not unique to today's movies and TV shows.
Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of five individuals at the Alexander-era tomb in Amphipolis.
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of a small settlement at the bottom of the ocean near Delos.
Archaeologists excavating the ancient tomb near Amphipolis have discovered the remains of a skeleton.
Archaeologists have uncovered a number of artefacts during excavations of the enigmatic burial site.
The find, which is being hailed as 'extremely important', could be connected to Alexander the Great.
A vast cave system known as Alepotrypa in Greece was a bustling neolithic hub for thousands of years.