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Mythos. Beliefs in Augusta Emerita

Aion-Chronos. National Museum of Roman Art in Mérida © Ministerio de Cultura

The National Museum of Roman Art (MNAR) has brought together an important collection of pieces and texts which remind us of the role of Roman mythology in Augusta Emerita.

This exhibition, organised in collaboration with the Mérida International Classical Theatre Festival, displays a selection of works illustrating different facets of the universe of myths, ever present in theatre as the backbone of Greco-Roman literature. The myth is revealed as an explanation of a reality linked to everyday fiction. The collection brings the past closer to the present and helps us to understand the essence of a society from which we have descended.

General information

Dates
Jun 29, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
Theme
Sculpture

Category
Exhibition



Location and contact

Venue
National Museum of Roman Art

Calle José Ramón Mélida s/n
06800 Mérida
Badajoz, Extremadura
Telephone  +34 924311690
+34 924311912
Fax  +34 924302006
E-mail  mnar@mcu.es
Website  http://museoarteromano.mcu.es


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Timetables

Tuesday to Saturday

Does not close at midday

9:30 AM to 8:00 PM

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10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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