Luxury and everyday life(daily paper) in the Roman villas of Sarreinsming

Discover objects coming from excavations(searches) of both Roman villas of Sarreinsming: Heidenkopf and Grosswald

  • Exposition
  • Gratuit
Jean-Claude Golvin

Discover objects coming from excavations(searches) of both Roman villas of Sarreinsming: Heidenkopf and Grosswald This temporary exhibition(exposure), realised in partnership with the museum of the Earthenware of Sarreguemines, is devoted to the excavation(search) of two Roman villas located in the direct environment of the site of Bliesbruck. These two sites, Heidenkopf and Grosswald, are located(localised) in the municipality of Sarreinsming in about ten kilometres of Bliesbruck. They both delivered a rich archaeological furniture illustrating several aspects of the everyday life of the sector in the roman time. Exhibition(Exposure) is aimed at showing the environmental context of the Park and in particular the network of the Roman villas which split on all territory of the valleys of the Saar and of Blies.

About the venue

1 rue Robert Schuman, 57200 Bliesbruck
  • Site archéologique
  • ,
  • Monument historique

The park presents the results(profits) of excavations(searches) concerning Celtic and Gallo-Roman periods mainly. Reconstruction of the grave of the princess of Reinheim, one of the Celtic burials the richest in Europe, Gallo-Roman thermal baths, forum, and its two commercial and craft(home-made) districts. Nearby, a huge villa, with buildings of agricultural production and the residence of the master(teacher). In the spaces of exhibition(exposure), presentation(display) of tools and of creations of the Roman craftsmen(architects), the imported exotic products, the inside of the Roman house, the buried treasures, toiletry items and objects of finery, agricultural tools and monumental decorations(sets).

Access: Access by D82 from Sarreguemines - 2 free parking lots - Places(Squares) handicapped

Parc archéologique européen de Bliesbruck-Reinheim Conservation départementale d'archéologie / CD57