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Saeculum: An Exhibit of Canadian and Roman Celebratory Coinage

Posted in Arts & Culture, Politics & Society, Students & Campus Life
Aug 29, 2017 to Nov 30, 2017

Saeculum

Saeculum is a special Canada 150 exhibit at the Museum of Antiquities featuring Canadian and Roman celebratory coinage. Through the coinage of the two cultures, it explores and compares the ways in which ancient Romans and modern Canadians have commemorated their state’s foundational anniversaries and related heritage.

When: Aug. 29–Nov. 30, 2017
Where
: Museum of Antiquities
106 Peter MacKinnon Building
Info
: Email: museum_antiquities@usask.ca | Phone: 306-966-7818 | Web: usask.ca/antiquities

 

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