Hellenic Business Networks (HBN)
in Collaboration with at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA)
Invites you to

HBN at the MFA -2006-

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Robots and Ancient Shipwrecks in the Deep Aegean Sea

Brendan Foley, resea rcher, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sunday, October 22, 2:00 pm
Remis Auditorium

In 2005 a Greek and American scientific team documented a shipwreck from classical Greece in the Aegean, performing their survey in a single day with the aid of an advanced underwater robot. The shipwreck is a tangible link to the time of Plato and Aristotle and to the disintegration of Athens?s empire in the tumultuous 4th century B.C. Expedition co-leader Brendan Foley shows images from the 2005 and 2006 Aegean shipwreck projects and discusses deep water archaeology's future.


$10.00 for HBN members
$13.00 for Non HBN members
***No Ticket Limit on Lecture***

Hellenic Business Network Private Reception

3:00 - 5:00 pm
MFA's newest restaurant, Bravo Restaurant

Following the presentation a limited capacity private reception will be held for HBN members and friends.

"Sweet Endings" for a day of Greek art/history appreciation with a private reception for HBN Members and friends hosted in the museum's artsy Bravo restaurant - MFA Upper Level Galleria, West Wing.

Assorted delectable Greek Pastries, coffee and tea along with a reception bar of assorted soft drinks, juices and sparkling water.


$55.00 for HBN members
$65.00 for Non HBN members
*** L imited to 50 Tickets - First Come First Serve ***

For registration and additional information, please visit our website at www.hbngroup.org.

or contact: Chrysoula Hatzis (781) 592-8492 email

(Posting date 17 October 2006)

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