Day: January 11, 2017

Macedonian-era tomb opens to the public in Thessaloniki

The marble door that once sealed its entrance is on display at the Istanbul Archaeology Museums, the most striking find made by Greek Ottoman-era archaeologist Theodore Makridi during his excavations of a tomb in Derveni, near Thessaloniki, two years before the northern Greek port city was liberated. The double-chambered barrel-vaulted tomb is among the greatest […]

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ESM prepares to ease Greek national debt

The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) is set to implement short-term measures to ease Greece’s national debt by the end of January, as agreed at a December 5 Eurogroup meeting. To this end, the ESM will borrow more funds from the markets than originally planned. The revised plan for long-term bond issues within 2017 provides for […]

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