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Neanderthal at the supermarket programme. Diet and evolution.

Our choice of diet defines us to a tee, and this programme of talks at the National Archaeological Museum goes to prove this.

What was once a primary need, because eating means living, has become an activity that has transformed huge swathes of the planet's landscapes. Food has selected and promoted species of animals and plants, creating around it an immense and rich cultural, technological and economic diversity. Eating can also help to either improve or worsen our health, it brings us together around a table, and nourishes our body and mind. In this series of talks, which cover subjects such as the prehistoric diet, the Neolithic revolution, food of Ancient Egypt, the relationship between Arab and Jewish cuisine in Medieval Spain and everyday food in the Golden Age, the National Archaeological Museum aims to reveal what human beings have eaten from prehistory right through to the present day.

General information

Oct 24, 2018 to May 8, 2019


Location and contact

National Archaeological Museum

Calle Serrano, 13
28001 Madrid
Telephone  +34 915777912
Fax  +34 914316840

Practical information


Monday to Sunday

A 7:00 PM


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