What connects an ancient Roman mosaic and a NASA astronaut from the Apollo 12 mission? Candace Richards, Assistant Curator of the Nicholson Collection, Chau Chak Wing Museum explains
The United States of America and Greece both fought a war of independence to free themselves from foreign imperial control. Yet, there is much more that connects these two revolutions than meets the eye.
Connie Skibinski, PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle, contrasts ancient Amazons against modern filmic adaptations of Wonder Woman and Andromache
On World Meditation Day, Madeleine Bower contemplates the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius and their continuing relevance in the context of our year-long global pandemic
This Star Wars Day, AAIA Volunteer, Daniela Pizarro delves into the ancient inspirations underpinning The Force
For the ancient Greeks, gaming was more than just a way to pass the time. Dr Stavros Paspalas gives an in-depth look at board games in this public lecture
As the year draws to a close it is natural to reflect on the year that has been, and what a strange and turbulent year 2020 has turned out to be.
Candace Richards, Assistant Curator of the Nicholson Collection at the Chau Chak Wing Museum shares the story behind an incredible photographic archive of Greece at the turn of the 20th century
Welcome to the blog of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens. The AAIA is a unique Australian institution, one which straddles Australia and Greece. Established in 1980 by the late Professor Alexander Cambitoglou, then Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Sydney, the Institute aims to strengthen academic, research and educational links between the …