Restored Turkish bath reopens to the public as site for art and respite
The Zeyrek Çinili Hamam, which will open in Istanbul in September after a 13-year restoration and excavation, will operate once again as a traditional Turkish bath and also as a contemporary art space
First Hagia Sophia, now Turkey's 'Sistine Chapel of Byzantium' will be turned back into mosque
The 14th-century mosaics at Chora Church—which was converted to a museum in 1945—risk being covered up and remaining part-restored
Court ruling converting Turkish museum to mosque could set precedent for Hagia Sophia
Decision that Kariye Museum must become a Muslim house of worship again could imperil its Byzantine art and have repercussions for other early Christian monuments
Mysterious religious treasures from Mount Athos go on display in Thessaloniki
The monastery has been forbidden to women since 1060 and remains barely accessible to laymen, making this public exhibition an opportunity of a lifetime
Lords Rothschild and Sainsbury act to protect Butrint
The British School at Rome and the Tirana Institute of Archaeology are excavating Albania’s most important site.
Byzantine exhibition at the British Museum provides new insights but falls flat due to missed opportunities
Have scruples over not asking collector/dealers for loans, particularly for underrepresented painted icons, affected the quality of the current exhibition?