ROME: 3rd century BC-5th century AD

Eva Apostolou PhD in the University of Sorbonne and also an archaeologist specialized in currency in the Ancient Greek and Roman world in an interview to “In-On” magazine depicts the market in Ancient Rome and the cost of the products Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

ANCIENT GREECE: 4th century BC till 3rd century BC

The archaeologists Demelena Ladogianni and Giannis Stogias illustrate the cost of food products in the market of Ancient Greece. “The base of the ancient Attica diet during the  4th-3rd century BC consisted of  cereals, olive oil, figs, grapes and wine Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Ancient Greeks followed a simple diet

The amount of money that inhabitants of the Greek territory needed for their nutrition “in ancient times, in Roman times, in occupied Greece as well as in modern times”, is the theme of the book entitled “The cost of food”. Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Sfakia- Headquarters of the Cretan Revolutionaries in 1821

In the legendary Fragokastello in the municipality of Sfakia (prefecture of Chania) along with “Drosoulites” the first part of the action “Historical Religious Tourism” and “Ancient Cretan Diet” was completed which started in October 2012 from the Vitouri Gate of Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Manuscripts – Books used as fillings for weapons during the Revolution

Temples, monasteries and caves of historical and religious interest located in the prefecture of Herakleion attract the interest of foreign and Greek visitors for their rich history. The writer and historic researcher George Panayiotakis in his book “CRETE-WHAT YOU SHOULD Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

Improvements of the traffic conditions in the city of Chania

The local authorities of the Municipality of Chania in co-operation with the 28th Revenue of Byzantine Antiquities are proceeding to new modifications on the restoration study of the surrounding area of the municipal market. In an interview to In-On magazine Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more

CretAquarium is being expanded

Ancient Minoans were the first biologists he Board of Directors of the Greek Centre of Marine Exploration is proceeding to a new expansion of the CretAquarium. The new design as it was explained by the General Manager Mr Michalis Papadakis, Διαβάστε περισσότερα – Read more