Last summer, Sofia Voutsaki, professor of Greek archaeology, found a grave containing a man and a woman in an embrace. Her find was made near Ayios Vasilios, twelve kilometres south of the Greek city of Sparta, in a cemetery dating to 1600-1500 BC. An international group of archaeologists has named the site one of the ten most important in the world.
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Artistic PhD offered in Groningen
NWO research grant for Prof. Marcel Broersma, dr. Joëlle Swart and dr. Anna van Cauwenberge (Centre for Media and Journalism Studies) to study how citizens develop competences for and understanding of digital technologies and which factors promote...