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— Europe through our objects: One object – many visions
Guided tour for young professionals from archaeology, history, art history, museology, tourism, and education sciences. This visit address- es the issues related to the planning and execution of the exhibition. It
reveals the goals and the main museographic solutions.
This guided tour was held on a regular basis, in accordance with the marking made by the various universities and other institutions of
higher education.
— How did Prehistoric men make their ceramics?
The Biface was an authentic 'does it all', although the production
is rudimentary.
In this workshop, the visitors begin by getting informed about the
exhibition. Starting from the informative panel of the Biface, the partici- pants are invited to participate in an archaeology trial, understanding the different ways of the manufacturing instruments in Paleolithic times.
This activity was held on the 8th of May 2016, in partnership with the archaeologist Pedro Cura of the Museu de Arte Pré-História e do Sa- grado no Vale do Tejo em Mação (Museum of Pre-Historical Art and the Sacred for Tagus River Valley). This activity was free for visitors.
— How did Prehistoric man make their ceramics?
The civilization of 'bell-shaped vase' documents a new reality in Eu-
rope. In this workshop, the visitors are invited to participate in an experi- mental archeological activity, knowing the various forms of manufacture
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