Friso de um sarcófago romano de mármore, ca. 140-160, Museu do Louvre
Time and Cosmos in Greco-Roman Antiquity, exposição de entrada livre, que decorre até 23 de Abril em Nova Iorque, no Institute for the Study of the Ancient World 15 East 84th Street (entre as avenidas Madison e Fifth).
Time and Cosmos presents over 100 objects, including ancient sundials, calendars, jewelry, and surveying instruments, and is organized around two themes: the Tools of Time Reckoning, exploring the material resources that gave temporal structure to the daily life of private individuals as well as the community in such public spheres as religion, commerce, and law; and Reflections of Time and Cosmos, concerning ancient representations of time, the universe, and their power to shape the environment and human destiny.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-6pm, Friday 11am-8pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
Free Guided Tour, Fridays at 6 pm
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