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A school founded by Hadrian (Roman emperor ad 117–38) in Athens, then considered the intellectual centre of the Graeco-Roman world, and dedicated to Athene, daughter of Zeus, patroness of the city and a benevolent and civilizing influence.

Subjects: Art.

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