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ATHENS WORTH SEEING EPIGRAPHICAL MUSEUM

EPIGRAPHICAL MUSEUM
The Epigraphical Museum was founded in 1885 and it was established in the ground floor of the building of the National Archaeological Museum, which was constructed between 1866 and 1889, according to architectural plans by L.Lange and E.Ziller. It was renovated and extended in six new rooms, during the years 1953-1960, according to plans of the architect P.Karantinos. It comprises a collection of Attic inscriptions and also a collection of inscriptions from other districts of Greece.

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ABOUT EPIGRAPHICAL MUSEUM
Decree of the Athenian people assembly
Sacred law concerning temple-worship on the Acropolis
Stele with building accounts
Inscribed poros stele
Fragment of lime stone
Stele - arsenal at Piraeus
Stele found in Eleusis
Stele with the text of the Second Athenian League
Stele with Draconian laws
Altar dedecated to Apollo Pythios