booking required

“A normal day in a unique city” - The Ribeira Royal Palace

Free admission

May 28, 10:30 a.m.
The Ribeira Royal Palace
Nuno Senos (CHAM/UNL, NYU)

As part of the temporary exhibition "Lx 14 mayo 1575", a cycle of five seminars and debates will take place in the Museum's auditorium. These can also be attended  by videoconference, subject to registration.

Experts will present diverse themes related to the exhibition: D. Sebastião and Sebastianism, the presence of slaves in Lisbon, the economic and commercial centrality of Lisbon or the Paço Real da Ribeira.

 

Saturdays, 10:30 a.m. (90 min.)

March 5Slaves in a major 16th century European capital
Jorge Fonseca, PHD in Portuguese Studies at Universidade Nova de Lisboa

April 9King Sebastian, a rescued figure? (videoconference)
André Belo (CHAM/UNL and Université de Rennes)

May 7From Lisbon to a World: the World at Lisbon
Hugo Miguel Crespo, Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa

May 28The Ribeira Royal Palace
Nuno Senos (CHAM/UNL, NYU)

June 18Building the vision of Lisbon in the 16th century from ten years of archaeology (as part of the European Archaeology Days)
Artur Rocha, curator of the exhibition "Lx 14 mayo 1575"

Information

Seminars & Debates
Cycle “A  normal day ina unique city”
(In person and online)

Saturdays, 10:30 a.m. (90 min.)

March 5Slaves in a major 16th century European capital
Jorge Fonseca, PHD in Portuguese Studies at Universidade Nova de Lisboa

April 9King Sebastian, a rescued figure? (videoconference)
André Belo (CHAM/UNL and Université de Rennes)

May 7From Lisbon to a World: the World at Lisbon
Hugo Miguel Crespo, Centro de História da Universidade de Lisboa

May 28The Ribeira Royal Palace
Nuno Senos (CHAM/UNL, NYU)

June 18Building the vision of Lisbon in the 16th century from ten years of archaeology (as part of the European Archaeology Days)
Artur Rocha, curator of the exhibition "Lx 14 mayo 1575"

For adults and young people over +14
Only in Portuguese
Advance booking required

For more information contact us at info@museudodinheiro.pt or +351 213 213 240

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