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CEMEC exhibition now on view at the LVR-LandesMuseum in Bonn

From 15 November 2018 through 25 August 2019, the LVR-LandesMuseum in Bonn presents the exhibition Europa in Bewegung. Lebenswelten im frühen Mittelalter (‘Europe on the Move. A Journey through the Early Middle Ages’). After Amsterdam and Athens, this is the third venue of the international exhibition that has been developed in the framework of the CEMEC […]

CEMEC exhibition on view at the Byzantine & Christian Museum in Athens

From 18 May through 10 October 2018, the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports in joint collaboration with the Byzantine and Christian Museum, present the temporary exhibition “Byzantium and the Others in the First Millennium: An Empire of stability in a turbulent era”.

“Crossroads” Evaluated

One of the main aims of the CEMEC project is to produce a travelling exhibition – starting in Amsterdam in September 2017, with the opening of the Crossroads exhibition. Another goal of the CEMEC project is to evaluate these exhibitions, so that the results from these evaluations may be used to make the exhibition at […]

Audiovisual contents in the Crossroads exhibition

We are proud to present two trailers to the audiovisual productions now on view at the Crossroads exhibition in the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam: Crossroads introduction (Trailer) from Noho on Vimeo. Kunagota sword (Trailer) from CNR-ITABC / E.V.O.C.A. on Vimeo. The full movies – and much more! – are to be seen in Amsterdam (until 11 […]

Crossroads exhibition on view at the Allard Pierson Museum

From 15 September 2017 to 11 February 2018, the Allard Pierson Museum is hosting an exhibition entitled Crossroads. Travelling through the Middle Ages. The exhibition features a wide variety of unique objects from all over Europe, from the period popularly known as ‘The Dark Ages’. Crossroads throws new light on this misconception, presenting a fascinating […]

The Early Middle Ages: Christians, Castles and Charlemagne?

Knights, Christians, miniature art, poverty, ‘Dark Ages’, 500-1000AD, monks and monasteries, princesses, Charlemagne, beautiful dresses, inequality, some time after Rome.. .. can you find the common denominator of all these concepts? According to the people of Amsterdam it’s the Early Middle Ages. As part of the development of the CROSSROADS exhibition, opening in Amsterdam in […]

If you happen to be in Budapest this March…

do not miss to visit the ‘Avars Revived’ exhibition in the Hungarian National Museum, realised in the framework of the CEMEC project! The HNM, founded in 1802, is one of the oldest national museums in Europe. Its Migration Period Collection belonging to the Archaeological Department contains more than 200.000 artefacts including such widely known, highly […]

The Cross Culture Timeline

A  beautiful bronze incense burner from Egypt and a shining golden sword which you can find in the National Museum in Budapest.. What do they have in common? Maybe you will find out using the Cross Culture Timeline!  One of the goals of the CEMEC project is to create an exhibition, which will open in October […]

Exhibition opening and partner meeting in Jaén

As part of the CEMEC project, the Museum of Jaén will open a national presentation September, 29th. The exhibition will focus on Andalusi culture during the Early Medieval period. CEMEC partners will meet in Jaén, Spain, on September 29th and 30th to discuss the development of the travelling exhibition CROSSROADS and the Mobile Panoramic Project System. […]