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Barbarian Days, 1-2 October 2022

Barbarian Days at the Aquincum Museum on 1-2 October 2022.

On the first weekend of October, the Aquincum Museum’s archaeological park comes back to life once again. This time, however, it’s not the sandal-wearing elegant Roman citizens, but Barbarian tribes who set foot within the walls of the ancient Civil Town! Celts, Marcomanni, Sarmatians and Gepids set up their camps to present to you the history, colourful culture and customs of the peoples who settled in the Carpathian Basin before and after the Roman conquest. 

Living history demonstrations, arts & crafts workshops, and ancient craft demonstrations await visitors who wish to get a glimpse of the exciting world of the Barbarians.

Saturday, 1 October
10:00-18:00 Lifestyle demonstration at the living history camps (Ludus Aquincum, Jaurinum, Pannonia Sarmatica, Norde Gard, Szarvas Törzs)
10:00-18:00 Craft demonstrations (blacksmithing, bronze casting, stone carving, calligraphy)
10:00-18:00 Street of vendors (wooden toys, mineral jewellery, prehistoric pottery, wire jewellery, stamp, glass beads, soap)
10:30-11:30 Medicinal herb walk (in Hungarian)
11:00-18:00 How to feed your barbarian! show kitchen
11:00-17:00 Become a true barbarian warrior/barbarian woman – challenge for children and adults
11:00-17:00 Arts and crafts (with arts & crafts tickets! Felt necklace: 900 HUF, pottery: 600 HUF, counterfeit coin: 300 HUF, badge: 600 HUF, Sarmatian key holder: 900 HUF, hair weaving: 600 HUF, henna tattoo: 600 HUF)
11:30-12:00 „Barbarische Avantagen“: a tour of the Prehistory and Migration Period Collection (in Hungarian)
12:00-18:00 Celtic fortune telling – Speaking Stones
12:30-13:00 The new lords of the Alföld – Who are the Sarmatians? – lecture (in Hungarian)
13:00-17:00 Flag-running, sheep-pulling interactive battle for children and for adults
13:30-13:50 Living history presentation
14:00-14:30 „Barbarische Avantagen“: a tour of the Prehistory and Migration Period Collection (in Hungarian)
14:30-15:15 Life before, under and after the Romans – guided tour (in Hungarian)
15:00-15:20 Celtic HEMA
15:30-16:00 Nart epic for adults (in Hungarian)
16:00-16:30 How did the barbarians not write – calligraphy lecture
16:30-17:15 Life before, under and after the Romans – guided tour (in Hungarian)
17:00-17:30 Sarmatian Dance Off – interactive living history demonstration

Sunday, 2 October
10:00-18:00 Lifestyle demonstration at the living history camps (Ludus Aquincum, Jaurinum, Pannonia Sarmatica, Norde Gard, Szarvas Törzs)
10:00-18:00 Craft demonstrations (blacksmithing, bronze casting, stone carving, calligraphy)
10:00-18:00 Street of vendors (wooden toys, mineral jewellery, prehistoric pottery, wire jewellery, stamp, glass beads, soap)
10:30-11:30 Medicinal herb walk (in Hungarian)
11:00-18:00 How to feed your barbarian! show kitchen
11:00-17:00 Become a true barbarian warrior/barbarian woman – challenge for children and adults
11:00-17:00 Arts and crafts (with arts & crafts tickets! Felt necklace: 900 HUF, pottery: 600 HUF, counterfeit coin: 300 HUF, badge: 600 HUF, Sarmatian key holder: 900 HUF, hair weaving: 600 HUF, henna tattoo: 600 HUF)
11:30-12:00 Burials and tomb raiding at the Celtic cemetery in Csepel – lecture (in Hungarian)
12:00-18:00 Celtic fortune telling – Speaking Stones
12:30-13:00 Gastronomy in the Migration Period – guided tour with the curator in the new temporary exhibition F.E.A.S.T. (in Hungarian)
13:00-17:00 Flag-running, sheep-pulling interactive battle for children and for adults
13:30-13:50 Alliance-forging and sacrifice by the Sarmatians and the Quadi – living history presentation
14:00-14:30 Gastronomy in the Migration Period – guided tour with the curator in the new temporary exhibition F.E.A.S.T. (in Hungarian)
14:30-15:15 Romans and barbarians – what is Romanisation? – guided tour (in Hungarian)
15:00-15:20 Living history presentation
15:30-16:00 Nart epic for adults (in Hungarian)
16:00-16:30 How did the barbarians not write – calligraphy lecture
16:30-17:15 Romans and barbarians – what is Romanisation? – guided tour (in Hungarian)
17:00-17:30 Sarmatian Dance Off – interactive living history demonstration

The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the event’s programme

 
Ticket prices:

Adult: 2200 HUF/person/day 
Adult (group of over 20 persons): 1800 HUF/person/day 
Student/pensioner: 1100 HUF/person/day 
Student/pensioner (group of over 10 persons): 900 HUF/person/day
Family (2 adults 2 children): 5500 HUF/family/day
Free entry for visitorswith a valid address card with a permanent address in District 3.

During the event the usual discounts are not valid. The event can be visited free of charge by people with a Ukrainian passport or other documents proving their Ukrainian refugee status. The event can be further visited free of charge by journalists, people with disabilities and their companion, visitors under the age of 6, visitors over the age of 70 and teachers accompanying school groups. Upon request, the eligibility for discounts must be verified at the venue.

 
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