The Best Guide [2016-06-12

  • The Acropolis Museum celebrates its fifth birthday

  • 'Waste Not: The Art of Medieval Recycling' at the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

  • The Acropolis Museum: A reintroduction

  • Three exhibitions on Charlemagne in Germany

  • A new look at Prehistory

  • Acropolis Museum celebrates its sixth anniversary with antiquities from Samothrace

  • Rediscovering Paestum

  • The Aztec Pantheon and the Art of Empire Exhibition at the Getty Villa

  • Moctezuma II Exhibition Opens and Experts Hope to Uncover an Emperor's Tomb Soon

  • Lebanon: Steeped in History

  • Experience Cyprus

  • Djerba, the land of the Lotus Eaters

  • The “wonderful rubbish” of the Gilf Kebir desert

  • Codex Rossanensis, original Biblical manuscript, goes on display in Calabria

  • 25 ancient theatres, archaeological sites to open soon in Greece

  • Paphos: Birthplace of Aphrodite

  • The Cathars and the Holy Grail

  • Recent archaeological finds from northern China presented in exclusive exhibition at the Clark

  • The Emperor's Private Paradise at the Milwaukee Art Museum

  • Syria: 3000-Year-Old Lion Statue Bears Witness to Human Civilization

  • Unearthed: Matching figurines from unconnected prehistoric regions

  • Art of lost Amazon culture a surprise

  • Eleutherna, an exemplary museum to open in Crete

  • 'Pompeii: In the Shadow of the Volcano' at The Royal Ontario Museum

  • Creswell Crags exhibition explores 200 years of archaeological excavation

  • Pre-Hispanic dog fossils displayed at Pachacamac site museum

  • Spanish exhbition highlights 4,600 year old cave burial site

  • Peru to improve Otuzco archaeological site for tourism

  • Dinosaur exhibit brings new life to old bones

  • 'The Ancient Gold and Silver of Romania' at the National Union Museum of Alba Iulia, Romania

  • A rare look into Tibet's largest Buddhist grottoes

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