Exhibitions/Guided Tours

Exhibitions do make discipline contents visually tangible for the general public during the duration of the Rare Discipline Weeks either by multiple Disciplines presenting their research traditions together (e.g. the Small Philologies) or by providing insight into the holdings of the numerous collections (e.g. the Pre- and Early Historic Archaeology).
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU
12 Nov 2019 - 16 Jan 2020
Pre- and Early Historic Archaeology: Against the Current. River Shipping in the Middle Ages
Monday – Friday, 11:00 – 16:00 CET
13 Nov 2019 - 11 Feb 2020
Classical Archaeology: "Children! Olympus is calling!"
Museum-educationally orientated special exhbition of the Chair for Classical Archaeology
4 Dec 2019 - 31 Jan 2020
Opening · Exhibition
Southeastern European Studies/Romanian Studies: Faces and Landscapes of Southeastern Europe
The photographic exhibition shows a fascinating region in which Antiquity and Middle Ages, Orthodoxy and Catholicism, Islam ...
13 Dec 2019
15:00 · Guided Tour
Greek Philology: Guided Tour through the Papyrus Collection
14 Dec 2019
14:00 · Exhibition · Guided Tour
Pre- and Early Historic Archaeology: Public Guided Tour through the exhibition "Against the Current"
15 Dec 2019
11:00 · Guided Tour
Classical Archaeology: Dishes are served! Eating and Drinking in Antiquity
We inform about the culture of eating and drinking in antiquity: which ingredients were already used, which weren't and which ...
12 Jan 2020
11:00 · Guided Tour
Classical Archaeology: Pankration and Discus Throw. Ancient Sports Competitions
Equipment like Oil Scrapers or Long Jump Weights are nowadays foreign to us. Discus Throw used to work in a different way 2500 ...
13 Jan 2020 - 31 Jan 2020
Opening · Exhibition
Indo-European Studies: "Da liegt der Hund begraben" (lit. That's where the dog lies buried) & "The History of Script"
Vernissage with speech, topic: "Dictionaries" | "That's where the dog lies buried – Tracking in the world of words" (1st ...
26 Jan 2020
11:00 · Guided Tour
Classical Archaeology: Gender and Medicine in Roman Antiquity. Construct and Reality.
Let's have a look together at ancient medicine in terms of gender history and get a glimpse of the activities of the female ...
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