Robert B. Koehl, Professor of Archaeology at the Hunter College, City University of New York, with a group of his students, visited Gennadius Library and the ASCSA Archives on Thursday  January 16. They had a tour of the Library, an introduction to its history and the chance to see the first edition of the works of Homer and books from the Geogrpahy and Travel collection. They were also delighted to see Rumpf’s manuscript book of ottoman costumes. At the Archives, the students had to opportunity to examine Heinrich Schliemann’s excavation notebook from Troy (1873), to read part from Michael Ventris’s letter to Carl Blegen announcing the decipherment of Linear B in 1952, and to recite several lines from George Seferis’s poem, “King of Asine.”