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Tableware stories: pottery making during the Roman period
As if we were on an archaeological excavation we hold 2000 year-old sherds in our hands and ask the questions: what would the complete vessel have looked like? What would the Romans have used it for? We discover how Roman crockery was thrown on a potter’s wheel, reconstruct beakers and pots from sherds and create our own bowl from clay.
Meeting point: the tent at the Augusta Raurica forum
The workshop is not recommended for school classes also booking for the “Excavating for schools: an archaeological discovery day”.
Cost: CHF 180 (payable in cash at the museum ticket office before the start of the workshop).
This offer may be available in English on request. Please contact our visitor service, tel. +41 (0)61 552 22 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org.