The Heraklion Archaeological Museum is marking the 77th anniversary of the Battle of Crete, with an exhibition titled "Cretan Antiquities on Their Way Back"
The new finds were discovered very close to an earlier hunter-gatherer settlement named Ayios Ioannis/Brescia-Rhoudias
The exhibition of antiquities found in the Athens metro rail area is open to the public and free of charge
One tomb includes more than 1,000 statues and four well-preserved alabaster canopic jars
The statue from the Neolithic period has continued to puzzle archaeologists, who are still uncertain of its origins in Greece or the sex of the figure
Greek-American in charge of NY special unit
Man and woman remained in custody to provide explanation
The mysterious death vault dated roughly from 1,500 to 1,000 B.C belonged to a nobleman named Userhat
"All necessary steps will be taken"