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Du au 19 September - The Roman emperor, a mortal among the Gods
Browse the cultural programme for this summer’s temporary exhibition (19th May to 19th September 2021) Conferences Augustus’ Principate, a brand-new political framework Augustus’ death and his deification Mourning for a city and an Empire – Frédéric Hurlet, Professor of Roman history at the Université de Paris-Nanterre Wednesday 16th June, 6:15pm-7pm Les Res Gestae Divi Augusti –…

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Du au 19 September - The Roman emperor, a mortal among the Gods

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Browse the cultural programme for this summer’s temporary exhibition (19th May to 19th September 2021) Conferences Augustus’ Principate, a brand-new political framework Augustus’ death and his deification Mourning for a city and an Empire – Frédéric Hurlet, Professor of Roman history at the Université de Paris-Nanterre Wednesday 16th June, 6:15pm-7pm Les Res Gestae Divi Augusti –…

Du au 19 September - European days of heritage

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Sensory dig Objects are revealed as much by eye as by touch. This workshop will give you a whole new insight into archaeological digs. The Musée de la Romanité gardens Free, no booking required, subject to availability 7-12 years, suitable for children with a visual impairment Talk and signing session Understanding difference: the status of people…

Du au 19 September - Sensory dig

Atelier enfant

Theme European days of heritage

Free

Objects are revealed as much by eye as by touch. This workshop will give you a whole new insight into archaeological digs.   The Musée de la Romanité gardens Free, no booking required, subject to availability 7-12 years, suitable for children with a visual impairment

- Virtual tour of the seat of power in Rome

Conférence

Theme The Roman emperor, a mortal among the Gods

Free

Immerse yourself in a fabulous virtual tour, where you’ll be guided through a 3D model of Ancient Rome. The public architecture of Ancient Rome is a physical manifestation of power. Basilicas, mausoleums, imperial forums, columns, and of course the imperial cult temples were all built for the glory of those who commissioned them or to whom…

- Virtual tour

Conférence

Theme The Roman emperor, a mortal among the Gods

Free

Plunge into a fabulous virtual tour, on a guided tour into a 3D model of Ancient Rome. The public architecture of Ancient Rome is physical evidence of power. The basilicas, the mausoleums, imperial forums, columns, and of course the imperial cult temples were all built for the glory of those who commissioned them or to whom…

- Free Sunday

Conférence

Theme The Roman emperor, a mortal among the Gods

Free

You’ve got no excuse not to come to the Museum. Admission to the Musée de la Romanité is free on the 1st Sunday of every month (except for July and August), for the permanent collections, as well as temporary exhibitions.

- Understanding difference: the status of people with disabilities in past societies

Conférence

Theme European days of heritage

Free

This talk will cover how “different bodies” found their place in human groups in the past, using techniques drawn from funerary archaeology and an anthropological framework. What was daily life like for someone with a disability? Were they looked after by their family? Rejected? Cared for? Supported? Properly equipped? With current advances in archaeology, we are…

- Muséo’kids

Visite-Atelier Jeune public

Youngsters will first discover this everyday object via the museum’s impressive collection of oil lamps, including how they’re made, what they’re used for and how they’re decorated. Then, they’ll become a potter for the day, using clay moulding techniques and choosing the decoration for their very own, personalised oil lamp. 7-12 years – Unaccompanied Ticket shop

Du au 17 October - “Julius Caesar from Shakespeare to Mankiewicz””

Conférence

Of all the characters we know from Ancient Rome, Julius Caesar, along with Cleopatra and Nero, is one of the most famous. But, somewhat paradoxically, he is one of the least portrayed characters in literature and cinema. Despite his extraordinary story! Only three aspects of his life have been fictionalised, with varying levels of heavy-handedness: the…

Du au 10 October - The Roman Game

Thème

The Great Roman Games – Talk and signing session « Julius Caesar from Shakespeare to Mankiewicz » Of all the characters we know from Ancient Rome, Julius Caesar, along with Cleopatra and Nero, is one of the most famous. But, somewhat paradoxically, he is one of the least portrayed characters in literature and cinema. Despite his extraordinary story!…

Du au 10 October - Weaving demonstration and workshops

Atelier

Free

Discover the weaving process, from a sheep’s fleece to a finished piece. Different weaving techniques are demonstrated – some of which are still used in certain countries today – such as the warp-weighted loom, weaving reeds and tablet weaving. Then you get a chance to try out these techniques. Aspects of hygiene will also be covered…

Du au 10 October - Carpentry and soft materials workshop

Atelier

Free

We have long imagined that the Gauls lived in dark, crudely built huts deep in the woods. But actually, they had some talented carpenters in their society, who understood the qualities of different types of wood and used them for some surprisingly elaborate constructions. Discover the tools and techniques used in woodwork, how a lathe is…
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