How was it written in ancient times? What were the supports on which you could write and with which tools? At the Civic Museum of Archeology, history and art of Palazzo Traversa, it will be possible to retrace the history of writing on Sunday, 28 January 2018, from stone to clay and wax tablets, papyrus and parchment to the paper we usually use. The writing workshop is aimed at children from 6 to 12 years. Each participant will be able to experiment with writing on stone and clay tablets, but also experiment with ink and nib. The works carried out can be brought to the house (it is required to bring a box to store them). The didactic-recreational activity takes place from 15 to 17,30 and the cost of participation is 5 euro per child (free for accompanying adult). Reservations are required by 26 on January 0172.423880 January. (it's at)

Info: City of Bra - Civic Museum of Palazzo Traversa
tel. 0172.423880-