07/08/2013 - Life of the site
From 14/09/2013 to 15/09/2013
From 21/06/2013 to 27/10/2013
14/09/2013 - 15/09/2013
Guided tour of temporary display “Things have gone to the Gauls's heads”.
The exhibition questioned how Gauls represented their body and especially their head. This one appears on arms and jewels but she’s also cut at the enemy and presented like trophy.
Museum guides will help you to decrypt these rituals, observe different representations and understand the symbolic value of these practices.
Guided tours will be in group of 20 visitors so think to reserve.
Saturday at 3pm and 4.30 pm.
Sunday at 11am, 3pm and 4.30 pm.
How is practicing medicine in the Roman and Gallic era? Who practice medicine? Which medication and which technique used doctors to treat soldiers on a battlefield? You can see the treatment of one of these soldiers and maybe his trepan!
Celtic medicine presentation, all afternoon Saturday and Sunday, from 2.30 pm to 6 pm.
Surgery reconstitution, Saturday and Sunday at 3.45 pm.
Theatre and tasting
Discover, travel, dream and imagine Ambrussum on Gallo-roman area with Naria, the gaul and Lucrétia, the roman. The two characters reveal in a walk their dreaming daily and help you to discover Ambrussum.
After this delicious walk, Naria will make you taste her cervoise and Lucrétia, disappointed, will have also some surprises.
Saturday at 6 pm.
Contact for reservation (theater and guided tour): 04.67.02.22.33 or email@example.com.
Guided visits are available at 3pm every Saturdays and Sundays without booking (on pre-booking only for the other days or time according to our availability).
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