|《赤ん坊のテレフォスを発見するヘラクレス》後1世紀後半 ナポリ国立考古学博物館蔵 |
©ARCHIVIO DELL’ARTE - Luciano Pedicini / fotografo
During 79 AD, the city of Pompei was buried under ash by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius and met with a tragic end. When the city was rediscovered in the 18th Century, people were astonished to find Pompei had been a very civilized ancient city.
The city of Pompei has been a center of worldwide attention since then.
This exhibition will focus on the wall painting, which is the most popular remaining artifact of Pompei. It will highlight features such as the intended usage and aesthetic value of the painting.
•4/15 (Sat.) ~ 6/18 (Sun.) Closed: Mon.
• 09:30~17:30 (last entry: ~17:00)
• Adult: ¥1,500, HS and Uni.: ¥800, ES and MS: ¥500
Customers who present a foreign passport or a Residence Card at the ticket counter will receive a 200 yen discount from the admission fee!
• Fukuoka City Museum
• 3-1-1 Momochihama, Sawara-ku