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Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Women on the Balkans in Antiquity

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

The exhibition of the National Museum of Serbia offers visitors the opportunity to learn about occupations, family relationships, fashion, customs, the position, and role of women in the private and public sphere, during the ancient era in the Balkans, through carefully selected museum objects, encouraging reflection on the perception of roles and relationships both in past times and in the current age.

Thematic Guidance “Woman in a Roman Family” through the Exhibition “Femina Balcanica”

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

Thematic guidance through the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman on the Balkans in Antiquity” of the National Museum of Serbia, refers to the topic “Woman in a Roman Family”. Tatjana Mihailović, PhD, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo and art historian Jelena Marković will guide you through the story of the place and role of women in the Roman family.

Fashionable Hairstyles in the Roman Era

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

How Roman women's hairstyles were made and what was used for them, you will have the opportunity to find out through the reconstruction of the procedure at the workshop “Fashionable Hairstyles in the Roman Era” within the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Women on the Balkans in the Antiquity”, as well as how the hair was cared for and how much the Roman empresses had a part in tracing the basic fashion trends of styling hairstyles.

Thematic Guidance “Roman Fashion” through the Exhibition “Femina Balcanica”

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

Thematic guidance through the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman on the Balkans in Antiquity” of the National Museum of Serbia, refers to the topic “Roman Fashion””. Tatjana Mihailović, PhD, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo and art historian Jelena Marković will guide you through the part of the exhibition that relates to fashion trends in Roman times that women followed.

Aurelia from Viminacium: From Puella to Matron

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

What did it mean to be a woman in the ancient period? What obstacles did the inhabitants of these areas face in the first centuries of our era? How did they overcome them? Aurelia from Viminacium, a woman who is rarely seen, will help us in our search for answers, through a lecture by Ilija Danković, PhD, scientific associate of the Archaeological Institute in Belgrade.

Thematic Guidance “Roman Goddesses” through the Exhibition “Femina Balcanica”

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

Thematic guidance through the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman on the Balkans in Antiquity” of the National Museum of Serbia, refers to the topic “Roman Goddesses”. Tatjana Mihailović, PhD, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo and art historian Jelena Marković will guide you through the part of the exhibition that relates to the female deities of antiquity.

Guided tour through the exhibition “Femina Balcanica”

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

Guided tour through the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman in the Balkans in the Ancient Age” refers to the complete concept, when the audience will have the opportunity to get to know all segments of the exhibition. Tatjana Mihailović, PhD, museum advisor of the National Museum Kraljevo, and art historian Jelena Marković will guide you through the story of a woman in the Balkans in the ancient era.

Speak Latin So the Whole World Can Understand You

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

The audience will have the opportunity to find out how Latin love songs sounded, how poets expressed their feelings through verses, and what it tells us about the role of women in Roman society at the workshop “Speak Latin So the Whole World Can Understand You”. Poetry in Latin and Serbian will be recited by the students of the Kraljevo Gymnasium, while the verses will be interpreted by the students of the Gymnasium in Vrnjačka Banja.

Let’s Try History: Tasting of Roman Cuisine

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

As part of the program “Let's Try History: Tasting of Roman Cuisine”, the audience will have the opportunity to meet the author of the exhibition “Femina Balcanica: Mater, Matrona, Augusta, Dea. Woman on the Balkans in Antiquity” by Dean Ratković, museum advisor of the National Museum of Serbia, enters the world of Roman cuisine and food culture and tries some of the ancient recipes that the Romans had on their tables.

Portrait of Art School: 20 Years of the Art School in Kraljevo 2004-2024

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

Through the efforts of individuals from the sphere of politics, education and culture who worked in support of the opening of a specialized pedagogical institution for education in the field of fine and applied arts, the Art School was opened in Kraljevo in 2004. A time distance of 20 years provides an opportunity to summarize the results achieved by the students of the school, for which, to a significant extent, the professors are responsible, who, despite numerous challenges, improved the work of this institution for years.

How Tito Was Made

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

In the study entitled “How Tito Was Made”, Srđan Cvetković opens one of the most mysterious chapters of Yugoslav history - the construction of the personality cult of Josip Broz. Cvetković, among other things, investigates the lasting impact of Tito's cult on the Serbian people. The study provides a significant contribution to the understanding of the domain of propaganda and the technology of building a cult of personality, as well as its successful and unsuccessful attempts to dismantle it in recent times.

European Museum Night

National Museum Kraljevo Trg Svetog Save 2, Kraljevo, Србија

The program of the European Museum Night at the National Museum Kraljevo in 2024 is called “In vino veritas” and was prompted by the circumstances that the “Kraljevo Wine Festival” is being held at the same time in the city park, opposite the Museum. Given that wine and viticulture are one of the great themes of heritage, we decided to present it during the Museum Night. The program is implemented in cooperation with the Museum of Spoonsweets – Cvetić House from Kraljevo and the Museum of Winemaking and Viticulture from Aleksandrovac.

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