Winter Brunch

Sunday 19 January 2020 at 10h30am

Rome and China- Archaeological evidence for a long distance relationship

By Lorenz Baumer, Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Geneva

Fabrics found in Syra, in the Palmyre tombs, show that the Ancient Mediterranean world imported chinese silk. But what about the objects travelling the other way around? Contrary to what we may have thought until now, archaeological sources show that the Roman world was in contact with China during the first centuries of our era: more than thousand years before Marco Polo's journey...

The conference will be followed by a friendly brunch at the Café Ex Machina.

CHF 33.- /person (brunch included). Conference given in French. Inscription required until 16 January (+41 (0)22 316 42 80 OR Reduced price for the members of the AMN.

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The Roman Museum is 40 years old

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The Roman Museum celebrated its 40th Birthday. An ideal opportunity to celebrate, whilst putting forth a few monuments of the Roman past of Nyon, using digital technology!

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Birthdays at the Roman Museum

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Archaeological site

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Discover Nyon's archaeological site and its finds!