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ANCIENT ROME: THE EMPIRE THAT SHAPED THE WORLD

Niccolai – Teknoart Snc (Firenze) and Artisans of Florence Pty Ltd.

17 August - 10 November
Riddoch Art Gallery

Presented by the Riddoch Art Gallery, exclusively to South Australian audiences, Ancient Rome: The Empire that Shaped the World, is an award-winning exhibition by renowned Italian artisans Niccolai – Teknoart Snc (Firenze) and Artisans of Florence Pty Ltd (creators of the DaVinci Machines exhibition).

With over 200 exhibits including artefacts, catapults, frescoes, armour, weapons and busts painstakingly reconstructed from ancient Roman records, everyone can enjoy a hands-on experience of one of the most remarkable periods in human history.

TICKETS:
Adult – $12
Concession – $10

Child (5-16yrs) – $6
Family – $25

School  bookings welcome. Please contact the Riddoch Art Gallery on 08 8721 2563.

PROGRAM OF EVENTS
To complement the Ancient Rome: The Empire that Shaped the World exhibition, The Riddoch also presents the following events:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:


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