A true challenge. The Epigraphical Museum of Athens is the third largest museum of ancient inscriptions in the world. Its 13,536 inscriptions displayed will definitely put your knowledge of ancient Greek to the test. It safeguards inscriptions, mostly on stone or marble, like decrees, tribute lists, records that mainly come from sites in Attica. It is located in the south wing ground floor of the National Archaeological Museum and comprises an internal and external courtyard, a lobby, eleven rooms, a large hypostyle corridor and a laboratory for the conservation of the inscribed stone monuments. There are also some Latin inscriptions and a small number of Hebrew funerary inscriptions of the 16th and 17th centuries from Mystra (Peleponnese).
Tue-Sun 08:00-15:00/ Closed Mon