The Best Guide [2016-05-22

  • Sergila ... a unique example of an ancient Syrian village

  • 'Founding Figures: Copper Sculpture from Ancient Mesopotamia, ca. 3300–2000 BC' at The Morgan Library & Museum, NY

  • Cambridge University museum reopens after £1.8m upgrade

  • Dinosaur Park takes visitors back to when prehistoric creatures roamed the earth

  • More time to see the Acropolis

  • Between land and sea: The extraordinary bestiary of the Roman mosaic of Lod on view at The Louvre

  • French School: A century of excavations on Thasos

  • Archaeologist calls for first underwater museum in Egypt

  • Uffizi Florence to open 10 new rooms next month

  • The Art of Medieval Serbia at the Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens

  • “Opus Elgin: The Destruction of the Parthenon,” premieres at Athens Concert Hall

  • Socrates acquitted in ancient trial re-run

  • The Art of Outline: Drawing in Ancient Egypt at the Louvre

  • Thessaloniki, Greece: a brief guide

  • Qin Dynasty War in Terracotta on Display

  • Tunis scientific exhibit showcases Saharan dinosaurs

  • ‘Across’ exhibition unites the two sides of the Aegean

  • Syria's Deir-Sinbol Archeological Site

  • The Etruscans: An Ancient Italian Civilization

  • Secret city of stone

  • Greek Relief from Archaeological Museum of Athens goes on view at Getty Villa

  • Five more Inca trails to open at Machu Picchu

  • Pre-Columbian art from the Frost Art Museum's permanent collection on display

  • Archaic Colors at The Acropolis Museum

  • Acropolis Museum among 20 best in the world

  • Egypt’s step-pyramid awaiting tourists

  • Houston museum unveils $85 million dinosaur hall

  • Exploring the Hittite heartlands along the Hittite Way

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