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The National Museum of Contemporary Art is nearby and opens in late spring, while Aristotle's Lyceum, an archaeological site on the spot where Aristotle taught, also opens this year.
The classical schools of Athens--Plato's academy, Aristotle's Lyceum, and their Epicurean and Stoic counterparts--were centres of book production and housed libraries, though few non-literary traces remain.
Lindberg tells us about one of the later students at Aristotle's Lyceum, Demetrius Phaleron, who played a role in establishing the Museum of Alexandria in Egypt, which became the center for a wide range of scientific activity.