1 April-6 November 2005. What place did animals occupy and what were the different roles they played in Mediaeval daily life? This exhibition explores the symbolic vision of animals in this period by looking at animal representations in manuscripts. Discover the animals in all their diversity, from the wild to the animal as a reflection of man, as well as domesticated animals and pets. Dont miss this opportunity, with its themed itinerary and original staging, to satisfy your curiosity. A special bonus is available just for adults on 26 August and 30 September, as Claude Mastre takes visitors on a journey through the 15th century tales on animals. Tickets cost 5 (3 with discount).
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Animals in the Middle Ages.
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