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Field, House, Garden, Grave

Exhibition "Field, House, Garden, Grave"
In the permanent open-ground exhibition entitled “Field, House, Garden, Grave”, divided into two major segments, with artefacts dating from the 2nd to the 4th century AD – the heyday of Thessaloniki. The first segment reconstructs a hypothetical cemetery, including finds, sarcophagi and altars from the west and east cemeteries of the ancient city. The second segment consists of an imaginary reconstruction of wealthy Graeco-Roman house, built with modern construction materials, which exhibits authentic mosaic floors.

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Exhibition "Field, House, Garden, Grave"
Funerary marble altar with relief representation of a horseman, 150-175 BC
Funerary marble altar with inscription, 2nd c. AD
Funerary marble altar with a salute to passer-by, 2nd-3rd c. AD