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THE TEXTILE OF THE LORD FROM LEFKANDI

21 January to 05 May

Out of the world of museum storerooms comes this impressive collection of ancient textiles hosted at the National Archaeological Museum under its Unseen Museum initiative. Items that were once part of a burial offering of a ruler of Lefkandi on the island of Evia, come to light in excellent condition: rare weaved works and clothing and various valuable gifts from the Dark Ages (11th – 9th century B.C.). Also, on selected dates, conservators of the Museum and archaeologists welcome visitors to talk about the Dark Ages of Greece and the importance of their Lefkandi findings.

Where: National Archaeological Museum, 44, 28th of October (Patission) Street 106 82; Electric Railway: Viktoria Station (map).
When: 21 January – 5 May, 2019. Mondays: 13:00-20:00, Tuesday – Sunday: 08:00-20:00.
INFO
Tickets: €5
Presentation Dates: Wednesdays, 17 and 24 April 2019,
Sundays, 10 and 24 February, 10 and 24 March and 5 May 2019
Starting time: 13.00.
To attend the presentations, provision of ticket is required as well as enlisting of participation at arrival. Priority order will be observed.
Tel.: +30 213 214 4856 / Website

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