Athenaeum 1. "An institution, such as a literary club or scientific academy, for the promotion of learning."
2. "A place, such as a library, where printed materials are available for reading." - American Heritage Dictionary,
The Athenaeum in Athens was a sanctuary of Athena (goddess of wisdom, fertility, the useful arts, and
built by the Roman Emperor Hadrian and frequented by poets and men of learning. - Random House