Beauty, wine and death in the ancient world
A new archaeology exhibition at the University of Melbourne gives insights into the hidden lives of ancient Graeco-Roman women, children, slaves and artisans
How do you crack the code to a lost ancient script?
Linear A, the script of one of the earliest European civilisations, the Minoans, is still undeciphered but a University of Melbourne expert is finding new clues
Finding the Hidden Hellenism in Melbourne
From the Hoddle Grid to the State Library of Victoria, tour Melbourne through a Greek lens and discover how Hellenic culture has shaped the city.
Growing up Greek in Australia
University of Melbourne academic Joy Damousi, the child of Greek immigrants and one of Australia's most celebrated historians, recalls a vibrant childhood