An exhibition designed and produced by INRAP

How did archaeologists identify the body found at Vix as a woman, known today as the "Lady" or "Princess" of Vix? Why was, and still is, this sexual identification debated? How has this discovery changed our view of the celtic society?
To find out the answers to these questions, visit the temporary exhibition at the Musée du Pays Châtillonnais - Trésor de Vix from 1 June to 31 August 2024: "Archéocapsule*: archéologie des sexes", designed and produced by the Institut National de Recherche en Archéologie Préventive (INRAP).  

* "Archéocapsule" are travelling exhibitions organised by INRAP (National Institute of Preventive Archaeological Research) that put a contemporary issue into perspective through the lens of archaeology.

An exhibition designed and prodiced by INRAP
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Archéocapsule : Féminin/Masculin, archéologie des sexes
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