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Issue Details: First known date: 1981... 1981 The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens
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'The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens was established on 23 April 1981 following negotiations with the Greek government. The Institute is similar to other scholarly institutions in Athens maintained by major European and American countries. Some of these have been in existence for well over a century and Australia is most fortunate now to be represented in this prestigious company. The Institute aims to promote in Australia ancient, medieval and modern Greek studies. To this end, it provides services to its members in Australia and facilities for working Greece. Apart from interested people who have become Individual Members, there are many groups who have joined as Corporate or Institutional Members including eleven universities.' (Publication summary)

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First known date: 1981
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