How did the ancient Athenians spend their days? Did they all have to work or only some of them? And what about women? Did they also work? Which are the professions that no longer exist and which have survived up to modern times? Pottery makers and vase-painters, sculptors and painters, metal smiths, tanners, doctors, bakers, washers and many others can be found in the Museum’s Galleries and reveal the people of labour and some of the professions of antiquity.
The program is created and carried out by the Department of Educational Programs of the Acropolis Museum.
|School grades||1st - 3rd grades Senior High School|
|Days||Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, 09:30 & 11:00|
|Number of participants||Limited to 50 students|
|Reservations||Foreign schools and Greek schools located abroad can make a reservation by sending an email at least one month prior to the planned visit, to [email protected]. The programs can be offered either in Greek or English.|
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