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Exhibition: Message, Magic, Myth
Location: Casa Albastră/The Blue House, Multimedia Hall

Duration: December 01 – 30, 2012

Opening: 1st of December, 12.30 am

Curator: Prof.univ.dr. Sabin Adrian Luca

Text from Sabin Adrian Luca, exhibition curator:

Brukenthal National Museum meets the high interest expressed by the media and the general public in which concerns the archaeological findings from the section of Sibiu-Orăştie future highway, by organizing an exhibition with a brand new modular structure which offers visitors the opportunity to gradually uncover – similarly to the archaeological method of research – vestiges of the past, bearing message, magic and myth.
For the first time on display, the exhibition presents three of the most important artifacts discovered by the archaeologist teams of Brukenthal National Museum at the archaeological sites in Miercurea Sibiului, points II and IV and Cristian, point I (Sibiu County).
Throughout December, the exhibits may be discovered as follows: during the first decade (December 1-10) visitors are welcome to decipher the hidden message of the ceramic piece from Miercurea Sibiului II; during the second decade (December 11-20) visitors may discover the magic that embraces the mask from Cristian I, presenting human features, while during the last decade (December 21-30) the exhibition will be completed by the presence of the mortuary carriage from Miercurea Sibiului IV, a symbol of the myths of passage.

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