Le Musée Régional de la Narbonne Antique (MuRéNA) : un nouveau lieu de valorisation du patrimoine

Abstract : Since 2010, the Languedoc-Roussillon Region has undertaken the creation of a new archaeological museum in Narbonne, the Musée Régional de la Narbonne Antique (MuRéNA – Regional Museum of Ancient Narbonne). This facility is intended to bring together all of the city’s Roman archaeological collections in a single new building, designed by the Foster + Partners architecture firm. The new facility also acts as a research centre dedicated to Roman archaeology. Previous archaeological research in Narbonne today allows us to emphasise three major archaeological sites that were explored at different times (the Moulinasses site, the Clos de la Lombarde site and the sites of the Old Port). The museum tour will allow visitors to explore the many different aspects of this Roman city: the city and its monuments, its population, the Roman home and its decor, and the trade port. It will also allow people to discover various careers and disciplines within archaeology today, in conjunction with research activities in the museum.
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Ambroise Lassalle, Caroline Papin. Le Musée Régional de la Narbonne Antique (MuRéNA) : un nouveau lieu de valorisation du patrimoine. Patrimoines du sud, Conseil Régional d'Occitanie, 2015, ⟨https://inventaire-patrimoine-culturel.cr-languedocroussillon.fr⟩. ⟨hal-01327051⟩



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