Epigraphical Museum

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The Epigraphical Museum of Athens
Epigraphical Museum of Athens.jpg
Established 1885
Location 1 Tositsa Str., Athens, Greece
Type Archaeological museum
Public transit access Athens Metro stations:
Viktoria station, Omonoia station

The Epigraphical Museum (Greek: Επιγραφικόν μουσείον) of Athens, Greece, is the third-largest museum of ancient inscriptions in the world. Its collection comprises 13,500 inscriptions, mostly Greek, from early historical times to the Late Roman period. It is situated in the south wing of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Four of its rooms are accessible to visitors, while the rest is reserved for researchers. A full photographic archive of the collection is being assembled for future visitors.


Further reading[edit]

  • Inscriptiones Graecae: Consilio Et Auctoritate Academiae Scientiarium Berolinensis Et Brandenburgensis Editae (Multilingual Edition) (ISBN 311-0-177188)

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Coordinates: 37°59′18.8″N 23°43′56.3″E / 37.988556°N 23.732306°E / 37.988556; 23.732306