The Ancient Greek Collection of the Macquarie University History Museum

The Ancient Greek Collection of the Macquarie University History Museum

The Ancient Greek Collection

The Macquarie University History Museum is the newest addition to Sydney’s vibrant museum landscape. With more than 18,000 objects, we trace world history from early settlement in Australia around 65,000 BCE through ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to the 20th and 21st centuries.

The Museum’s extensive collection includes 18,000 objects from the ancient world through to the modern-day, including material from Ancient Egypt, from the Pre-Dynastic to the Graeco-Roman period and Ancient Greek culture, from Minoan and Mycenaean material to the Hellenistic period.

Listen to Professor Martin Bommas’ (Museum Director) radio interview on SBS Greek.

The Ancient Greek Collection of the Macquarie University History Museum

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