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Tux or toga? Gold bangles or head jewelry? Channel your inner gladiator or goddess and dress to impress. Ladies: Grecian glam or Cleopatra chic--think empire waist white dresses and bountiful black silk sheaths. Gentlemen: Be daring! Capes, faux fur and body armour.
Ancient Mesopotamia The world we live in was born in Mesopotamia more than 3,000 years ago. Home to the world’s first great cities, the land “between the rivers” is the birthplace of writing, of codified laws, of urban planning, of long-distance trade, and of empire-building. ROM Ancient
Dr. Clemens Reichel, Associate Curator of Ancient Near East in the ROM’s Department of World Cultures and a specialist in Mesopotamian archaeology, is the curator of Mesopotamia during its ROM engagement. He comments, “Many things that we rely on in our daily lives originated in ancient
Our knowledgeable ROM facilitators lead your students on a journey through 3,000 years of human history and how the innovations of Mesopotamia continue to impact our lives today. Some of the earliest urban civilization originated in Mesopotamia along with complex forms of social organization and
The land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, comprising Iraq, north-eastern Syria, and south-eastern Turkey, is in turmoil today, torn by war and sectarian conflict. As reported in the media in 2003, following the American invasion looters ran wild through the Iraq National Museum, beginning a
Catastrophe! Ten Years Later: The Looting and Destruction of Iraq’s Past June 22, 2013 to January 5, 2014 Included with Museum Admission To complement Mesopotamia: Inventing our World, the ROM is also displaying an exhibition that reveals what happened during the looting of Baghdad’s Iraq
Ten years ago, looters ran wild through the Iraq National Museum. Then they moved on to ransack the country’s unrivalled array of archaeological digs, flooding global antiquities markets with irreplaceable ancient artifacts. Now—finally—experts from Iraq and around the world are returning
La Mésopotamie Le monde dans lequel nous vivons est né en Mésopotamie il y a 3000 ans. Berceau des premières grandes cités de l’histoire, le pays « d’entre les fleuves » nous a donné l’écriture, les codes de lois, la planification urbaine, les échanges de longue distance et les
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