This year we want to live more intensely than ever – despite the obvious limitations imposed by the situation – the three days of the European Archeology Days (June 19th, 20th and 21st). We will do this with different proposals that we hope will be of interest to you.
On one hand, during the three days, the Museum can be visited free of charge during its usual opening hours: Friday from 10 am to 2 pm and from 5 pm to 8 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm.
On the other hand, we will share with you different online content that will allow you to enjoy archeology from any computer or mobile device. We hope and wish that next year the situation has improved completely and we can complete our offer with face-to-face activities.
But as long as that doesn’t happen, archeology is alive and well!
Virtual tour to the water conduit of Baetulo
The archaeologists of the Badalona Museum Esther Gurri and Clara Forn introduce us to one of the most unique spaces of all those preserved in the Roman Badalona: the water conduit of the s. I AD. We will walk with them through this magnificent underground construction while they explain us its use, how it was built and how it was discovered.
Enjoy the privilege of seeing a space that the Romans of Baetulo never could see!
Virtual workshop. Let’s make a three in a row
One of the games most enjoyed by young and old in Roman times was the three in a row. This popular game that we all have at home was the typical pastime with which they entertained and had a good time. Esther Espejo, a technician from the Museum of Badalona, teaches us how to make this board game in the style of the Romans.
A project of experimental archeology.The consumption of meat in Roman times
In 2017, an experimental archeology project was started by Albert Massat, a doctoral student at the UAB, and Clara Forn, from the Museum of Badalona, with the collaboration of the Historical Reconstruction group of Badalona. We explain you what it consisted of and the conclusions we drew about the processing and consumption of meat in Roman times, through experimentation.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL ALPHABET SOUP
In occasion of the celebration of the European Archeology Days, we want to offer you a little entertainment of a lifetime: an alphabet soup.
Are you able to locate 10 CONCEPTS RELATED TO ARCHAEOLOGY in this mess of letters?
Download the soup: shorturl.at/adeoQ
Download response: shorturl.at/hCGX2