Aquileia-Salona-Apollonia. Un itinéraire adriatique du IIe s. av. J.C. au début du Moyen Âge
Dans le cadre du Festival de la France en Croatie Rendez-Vous
Organisateurs: Ausonius de l'Université de Bordeaux, Ecole française de Rome, Laboratoire Chrono-Environnement du CNRS de Besançon, Musée archéologique de Zagreb et Musée de Mali Lošinj
Lieu et dates de la manifestation:
Musée archéologique de Zagreb, Zrinjevac 19, Zagreb, 08.9.-31.10. 2015
Opening: at 18h
Lapidarium, at 9pm
Price 50,00 HRK
( Vinkovci, February 10th, 1858 – Zagreb, October 29th, 1929)
"Brunšmid was never a bureaucrat! Archaeology was passion, way of life, call, the path of a true explorer into the unknown for him; a ray of light penetrating deep into the past… Today, where everybody acts like a bureaucrat, a men like Brunšmid is almost unthinkable: a star of Betlehem guiding the way to paths no one will tread." Stojan Dimitrijević
We had 8 233 visitors!
The Open forum and the Živa award ceremony will take place on the 14th of May 2015, followed on 15th of May by the international conference "Cultural and spiritual unity of the Slavic world" in St. Petersburg, Russia
According to the decision of the Committee of the Croatian museum society the Archaeological museum in Zagreb in 2013 was conferred with two annual awards of the CMS.
An annual award for 2013 in the category of inter-museum cooperation was awarded to the Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Mimara museum and the Arts and crafts museum for the exhibition Transparent beauty: glass from Croatian museums
An annual award for 2013 in the category of research work that resulted in an exhibition was awarded to Igor Uranić, MA Egypt., museum advisor at the Archaeological museum in Zagreb, for the exhibition Mummies – science and myth
We are delighted to receive these awards!
A BROCHURE OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN ZAGREB FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONSArchaeological museum in Zagreb published a small museum brochure for visually impaired persons, which they can use as a source of information. It is written in Braille (b-w). You can find it at several locations in Zagreb free of charge and take it with you. It contains basic information on the museum, its permanent exhibition and pedagogical department, whose staff will be happy to give you a tour of the museum or organize an interesting and entertaining workshop.
Instructions for submission of manuscripts for museum journal (PDF, 421 KB)
The authors can find the form here
- Current archaeological excavations in Croatia 2010 (PDF 4.088 kB)