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The archaeological collections
From the Palaeolithic to the Early Middle Ages...

The museum exhibits around 30,000 archaeological objects, making it one of the largest collections in Europe.
These objects bear witness to human activities from the origins of prehistory (Palaeolithic) to the Carolingian era.

The museum holds more than two million objects in its reserves...

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Roman Gaul

Julius Caesar's conquest of Hairy Gaul at the beginning of the second half of the 1st century BC is considered to be the starting point of a profound political, economic and social transformation: its Romanisation.

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Statuette de divinité (?) de Bouray-sur-Juine

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Pilier orné sur quatre faces : Rosmerta

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Statuette of Mercury

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Stèle funéraire d'Apinosus Iclius

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Mobilier funéraire d'une sépulture d'officier romain

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Couple sur un lit dit les Amants de Bordeaux

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Mosaîc Floor

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Bagues d’un trésor du IIIe siècle après J.-C.

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Sculpture anthropomorphe

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La statuette d’Attis

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Flûte de pan factice

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Other collections

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Documentary objects