June 1. 2014 - May 31. 2015 Step into Emona, a city that developed 2000 years ago along the left bank of the Ljubljanica River. Get acquainted with the old Emonans, loyal Roman citizens. See how they lived, their rituals and values. Extraordinary Roman achievements still echoed through the 20th century. How? Come to the City Museum and see for yourself!
November 6. 2014 Roman law is likely the greatest and most original achievement of Roman culture. Its simple, original, elegant and common-sense solutions took care of even the most complex relations in Roman society. Lend your ears to a lecture from Janez Kranjc, PhD, on Thursday, 6 November at 6.00 p.m. in the conference hall of the City Museum. No admission fee.
Events and News
Bernarda Županek, PhD, at the international conference in Serbia on the Romanisation of today’s SloveniaSeptember 23. 2014Between 18 and 22 September an international conference titled “Imperialism and Identities at the Edges of the Roman World” on the topic of Romanisation occurred at the Petnica Science Centre in Valjavo, Serbia. One of the key-note speakers at the conference was our curator for Late Antiquity Bernarda Županek, who also authored the Emona: a City of the Empire exhibition.more