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Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities

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Come and explore the Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities at the University of Canterbury, where you can see more than two and a half thousand years of human history through the amazing James Logie Memorial Collection.

The Logie Collection is one of the finest teaching collections of Greek and Roman antiquities to be found in the Southern Hemisphere. The Collection includes Greek and Roman artefacts, with objects from Ancient Egypt, as well as a small collection of Greek and Roman coins. The Collection spans more than 2500 years from about 2000 BC, with pottery from Bronze Age cultures onwards. A particular strength of the Collection is Greek painted pottery from the Archaic Period. The main purpose of the Collection is to support teaching and learning at the University, and in the wider community.


Contact Details
Postal address iconUniversity of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8140
Telephone number icon+64 3 3695025
Web address iconhttp://www.arts.canterbury.ac.nz/logie/
Staff iconCurators: Penny Minchin-Garvin and Terri Elder. Assistant curator: Alice English
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Visitor Information
Physical address iconUC Arts City Location, 3 Hereford St, Christchurch 8013, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconOpen Wed-Sun 11am-3pm. Open Mon-Tues 9am-5pm, and by appointment Wed-Fri, for school visits and community groups.
Charges iconFree, donations welcome


Facilities
Wheelchair accessParkingShopGuided TourPublic ProgrammesMembership ClubToilets



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ΑΡΑΤΟΥ ΣΟΛΕΩΣ Φαιυομενα και Διοσημεια; Aratus (ca. 310-240 BC), John Fell (1625-1686); 1672; Book3Lekythos; Attributed to the Sabouroff Painter; ca. 450-440 BC; 16.53Amphora; Attributed to the Acheloos Painter; ca. 500 BC; 171.86Arati Solensis Phaenomena cum commentariis.; Aratus (ca. 310-240 BC), Aldus Manutius [Manuzio] (1449-1515); 1499; Book5Volute Krater; Attributed to the Ganymede Painter; ca. 330-320 BC; 158.75