New Greek-Dutch, Dutch-Greek Dictionary

(GREEK NEWS AGENDA)   A new Greek-Dutch, Dutch-Greek dictionary has been published by Prisma, containing 60,000 words. After 12 years of work, the team of the Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies of the Amsterdam University, under the direction of professor Arnold van Gemert, presented its monumental achievement in two volumes. The dictionary was financed by state and private institutions in the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece and Cyprus and was officially presented on March 5 at the Greek Embassy in The Hague, and March 9 at the Netherlands Institute in Athens, in cooperation with the Royal Dutch Embassy in Athens.