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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: at the museum ticket office
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).
Please note: Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty. In cold weather warm clothing is recommended.
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.