5th Grade at the Museum of Byzantine Culture


The students of 5th Grade visited the Museum of Byzantine Culture, where they had the opportunity to see the structure of an Early Christian city and residence.

With the triclinium -the reception area of ​wealthy houses in Thessaloniki- as our starting point, they developed a sense of the role of the city as a fortified residential complex which comprised public and private life, professional activities, economic aspects, commerce, workshops, residences and their equipment (ceramics and glassware), several in-house activities (weaving, cooking) as well as items of clothing and grooming.

All the pictures the students had seen in their textbooks came alive and took them on a journey into the everyday life of an old time period.