The Best Guide [2016-06-19

  • 'Made in Roma' at the Trajan's Markets site in Rome

  • Chinese woodcuts highlight ancient printing

  • Treasures of Heaven at the British Museum

  • 2,500-year anniversary of Battle of Marathon

  • Visitors to get new look at part of Colosseum

  • Ithaca: Take the long journey home

  • The Wise Side of Greece — Aristotle’s Trail

  • Um Al Rasas masterpiece of human creativity, still attracts world tourists

  • Peru: A History Lost In The Ruins

  • 'Byzantium through the Centuries' at The Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

  • Sahure: Death and Life of a Great Pharaoh at Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung

  • Mesopotamia: Inventing Our World at the Royal Ontario Museum

  • UNESCO to display artifacts recovered by Italian police

  • Weapons and War in the Iron Age exhibition at the Western Science Center

  • Prometheia Festival: 2013

  • Gold sun disc from the time of Stonehenge on display for the first time

  • Angkor National Park attracts over one million tourists

  • Ten Lost Cities of the Ancient World

  • Magic of Ancient Egypt at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida

  • 'Venice, the Jews and Europe 1516-2016' at the Palazzo Ducale, Venice

  • Neo-Pagans Celebrate Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

  • New Acropolis Museum celebrates first anniversary with touring exhibition on Pericles

  • The Vikings return in exhibition in Copenhagen and London

  • World's 'most unusual dinosaurs' to go on display in Toronto

  • Syrian cultural heritage a victim of war in Rome exhibition

  • Crete to kick off El Greco Year exhibitions in Greece

  • Hegra, Petra's Sister City

  • British Museum Announces "Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead" Exhibition

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