Nicholas Paphitis

Reporter, Associated Press

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Reporter with the Associated Press in Athens, Greece

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Phidias supervised the sculptures around the  Parthenon  during Athens' Golden Age.  Christians defaced them in the 6 th  Century AD when the building was made a church.  In 1687, the…

Parthenon Marbles Move to New Home

Phidias supervised the sculptures around the Parthenon during Athens' Golden Age.  Christians defaced them in the 6 th Century AD when the building was made a church.  In 1687, the…

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