Category:Lykeion

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English: Lykeion (Lyceum) was a gymnasium located just outside the walls of ancient Athens, most famous for its association with Aristotle.
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Lyceum 
public meeting place in Classical Athens
Athens Lyceum Archaeological Site 2.jpg
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Instance ofgymnasium,
archaeological site,
school
Named after
Culture
Location Athens, Achaea
Founded by
Inception
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date
Elevation above sea level
  • 108 m
37° 58′ 26.47″ N, 23° 44′ 36.02″ E
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