16 June 2017 to 09 July 2017
L'archéologie ou l'art fait les poubelles
Exposition de travaux scolaires réalisée à partir de matériaux de récupération
29 May 2017 to 09 July 2017
Interview de Nicolas Delferrière, doctorant en archéologie
Rencontre avec Nicolas Delferrière du laboratoire ARTÉHIS, qui travaille au musée depuis plusieurs jours sur les enduits peints gallo-romains retrouvés à Chamesson. Cette étude, donnera lieu à l’exposition « La cave aux oiseaux » à partir du 16 juin à l’occasion des Journées Nationales de l’Archéologie.
Nicolas Delferrière
19 June 2017 to 19 July 2017
Merci !
Vous avez été 1 036 000 spectateurs à regarder le documentaire "L'énigme de la tombe celte" réalisé par Alexis de Favitsky diffusé à l'occasion des Journées de l'archéologie sur Arte, les 17 et 18 juin 2017
L'énigme de la tombe celte
23 May 2017 to 31 May 2017
Nouveau à la boutique
La fête des mères approche à grands pas et vous êtes à la recherche d'idées cadeau ? Retrouvez dès à présent à la boutique du musée deux nouvelles collections de bijoux en argent.
Bijoux
20 May 2017
Nuit des Musées
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Design E5bis

What would Coca-Cola be without its bottle ? The bottle was designed by Alexander Samuel in 1915 as the result of a competition to create“ a bottle so distinct that you would recognize it in the dark”. Its shape, called “contour” was inspired by the cocoa bean, but its celebrity stems from its likeness to a female silhouette. From that time the Coca-Cola bottle has represented an stylish woman wearing a sheath dress that enhances her curves. Now it can be found all over the world.

 

Design E4bis

As a school-boy Guy Degrenne appeared more interested in drawing cutlery on his note book than in listening to his teachers. His headmaster said : “My poor Degrenne, that’s not the right way to be successful in life”. For decades, this has served him as an advertisement. Guy Degrenne took classic designs of the great Parisian silversmiths and manufactured them in solid stainless steel. He made elegant, reliable and modern cutlery for the middle class and so contributed to making high quality table cutlery widely available.

 

Design E2 ter

The working principle of the ballpoint pen was discovered by a Hungarian journalist named Joseph Ladislav Biro (1899-1985).  He devised the use of a fast-drying ink, similar to that used for printing newspapers.  After watching children playing marbles in a puddle, he had the idea of using a tiny ball to take up ink from a reservoir and deposit it on the paper. Biro sold his patent to Marcel Bich, a Frenchman.  In 1952, the latter started industrial production of pens with a transparent reservoir and a colourfed cap.   The Bic pen was born.