The National Hellenic Society celebrates the work of Dr. John Camp and Dr. Elizabeth Fisher, two scholars who have contributed to some of the greatest archaeological excavations.
For 56 years, Dr. Camp contributed to and elevated the discoveries, research, and educational material of the ancient Agora of Athens. With unprecedented support from Dr. Fisher, who has excavated in Italy, Greece, and Ethiopia, they altered how we study archeology.
On Thursday, May 9th, National Hellenic Society members were treated to a private tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. The tour took place before the school's annual benefit gala at Capitale NYC. A special thank you to the ASCSA for hosting such a spectacular and memorable event!
This past Thursday, the National Hellenic Society's New York Chapter alongside the American School of Classical Studies at Athens hosted a luncheon in honor of Mr. Malcolm H. Wiener. Wiener is an Aegean prehistorian who has written extensively about the Eastern Mediterranean world in the Bronze Age.
He is a major benefactor of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and serves as Chairman Emeritus of the ASCSA Board of Trustees. During his term, he proposed and funded the Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Agricultural Science at the school. Mr. Wiener spoke at the well attended event held at NERAI in Manhattan.
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