Art: In Athens

The American Archeological School, founded in Athens in 1882, for the study and restoration of ancient Greek buildings, has become the guardian of the library of Joannes Gennadius, long the Greek Minister to London, who has assembled an unrivaled collection of books concerning Greece during the Turkish occupation (about 1460 to 1821—least known period of Greek history). The library will be housed at Athens in a building to be known as the "Gennadeion." It contains among its treasures the valuable works of Sathas, Philadelpheus, Kampouroglos.


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