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Altes Museum Welcome to the official page!The Altes Museum, built around 1830 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, accommodates the Collection of Classical Antiquities and is located on the Museum Island Berlin.http://www.smb.museum
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The Staatliche Museen zu Berlin constitute a Universal Museum for the preservation, research and mediation of treasures of art and culture of the entire history of humanity. http://bit.ly/smb_impressum While we are open to constructive criticism, we expect our Fans to behave in a civilised manner and reserve the right to remove any offensive, derogatory or defamatory comments, as well as any spam. Thank you. ---------- Die Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin bilden ein Universalmuseum zur Bewahrung, Erforschung und Vermittlung von Kunst und Kultur der gesamten Geschichte der Menschheit. Wir begrüßen konstruktive Kritik, erwarten aber gleichzeitig, dass unsere Fans aufeinander Rücksicht nehmen. Deshalb behalten wir uns vor, jegliche anstößigen, abfälligen oder verleumderischen Anmerkungen, sowie alle Spam-Nachrichten zu entfernen.

How do the beauty ideals of classical antiquity still shape us today? And what does Grace Kelly have to do with Greek po...
07/06/2020
Lakonisch Elegant - #85 Vom Marmorporträt zum Insta-Avatar – prägt Kunst unsere Körper?

How do the beauty ideals of classical antiquity still shape us today? And what does Grace Kelly have to do with Greek portrait art? A podcast by Deutschlandfunk Kultur addresses these and many other questions, and our colleagues Nina Zimmermann-Elseify and Andreas Scholl from the Antikensammlung have their say as well. The focus is on the exhibition "Strong types", which you can visit - today, for example 🙂- at the Altes Museum.

You can find more information about the exhibition on our website: https://www.smb.museum/ausstellungen/detail/starke-typen-griechische-portraets-der-antike/

Gerade Nasen und perfekte Taillen: Die Kunst gibt uns oft kaum erreichbare Ideale vor. Ziele, die auch Influencerin Louisa Dellert hatte. Welche Rolle Kunstwerke dabei spielen, wissen die Archäologen Nina Zimmermann-Elseify und Andreas Scholl sowie die Kritikerin Elke Buhr.

13/05/2020

Since yesterday our Altes Museum has opened again for you. 😀🎈Welche You can see the special features and measures involved here below and read more about them under the following link 👉https://bit.ly/2LkOgq2 We look forward to seeing you!

Wir freuen uns sehr, dass wir heute einige Museen der Staatliche Museen zu Berlin wieder für euch öffnen können – darunt...
12/05/2020

Wir freuen uns sehr, dass wir heute einige Museen der Staatliche Museen zu Berlin wieder für euch öffnen können – darunter auch das Alte Museum! Bitte beachtet, dass bei einem Besuch besondere Hygiene-und Sicherheitsmaßnahmen eingehalten werden müssen. Alle wichtigen Informationen rund um den Museumsbesuch findet ihr hier: https://bit.ly/3cmBGT9

Online-Zeitfenstertickets bekommt ihr hier: www.smb.museum/tickets

Wir freuen uns auf euren Besuch!

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We are more than happy that from today we can to reopen several of the museums belonging tot he @staatlichemuseenzuberlin – among them the Altes Museum! Please note that during your visit you have to follow some special hygiene and safety measures. All important information about visiting the museum can be found here: https://bit.ly/3cmBGT9

You can get online time slot tickets here: www.smb.museum/tickets

We are looking forward to your visit!

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© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / David von Becker

We have great news for you, because the Altes Museum is also one of the houses of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, which...
05/05/2020
Informationen zur Öffnung ausgewählter Museen ab dem 12. Mai 2020

We have great news for you, because the Altes Museum is also one of the houses of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, which will reopen next Tuesday. Below you will find all the important information. 👇🔻👇🔻👇

Am Dienstag, 12. Mai 2020, öffnen die Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin zunächst vier Museen und eine Sonderausstellung wieder.

Seit Samstag, 14.3.2020, ist das Alte Museum wie alle Häuser der Staatlichen Museen bis auf Weiteres geschlossen. Diese ...
31/03/2020

Seit Samstag, 14.3.2020, ist das Alte Museum wie alle Häuser der Staatlichen Museen bis auf Weiteres geschlossen. Diese Maßnahme soll helfen, die Verbreitung des Coronavirus so gering wie möglich zu halten. Gleichzeitig setzen wir alles daran, unsere Häuser und Sammlungen online zugänglich zu machen. Die entsprechenden Angebote des Alten Museums findet ihr unter www.smb.museum/am, alle Angebote der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin im Überblick unter https://bit.ly/2R1FsIG
👉 #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen
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Rotunde des Alten Museums © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

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As of Saturday, 14 March 2020 the Alte Museum, like all buildings of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin are closed to the public until further notice. This measure is intended to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. Meanwhile we are doing our utmost to make our museums and collections accessible online. You can find the online content oft he Alte Museum under www.smb.museum/ang and an overview of all offers oft he Staatliche Museen zu Berlin under https://bit.ly/2R1FsIG 👉 #SMBforHome #ClosedButOpen
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Rotunda of the Altes Museum © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Collection of Classical Antiquities / Johannes Laurentius

23/03/2020
Das Alte Museum | Der rbb macht's

Our museums are closed at the moment - but together with the colleagues from rbbKultur you can still get in. Today, for example, we have an exclusive tour of the Altes Museum for you. Dr Martin Maischberger, Deputy Director of the Collection of Classical Antiquities at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, will guide you through the collection and give you a look at the most interesting exhibits. Have fun! 😀

Lasst euch sich mitnehmen auf eine Tour mit der Kamera durch eines der schönsten Museen der Hauptstadt: das Alte Museum. Es ist die Keimzelle der Berliner Mu...

Home is the best place to be: As long as the Altes Museum is closed - and you can retreat to your own four walls - we wi...
19/03/2020

Home is the best place to be: As long as the Altes Museum is closed - and you can retreat to your own four walls - we will find ways to share our collections digitally. Stay tuned and follow us at #smbforhome.🙂

So that the ceiling doesn't fall on your head at home, here's a little inspiration: Like this young man, it's worth taking pen and paper to write down all your thoughts or perhaps write a letter to your loved ones.
If you need even more inspiration, take a look at our latest blog post, which has lots of ideas for the time at home: https://bit.ly/2wmtvGp

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Attische Schale: Schulunterricht, 5. Jh. v. Chr. @ Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

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13/03/2020

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--- Important information ---Dear People, from Saturday, 14 March 2020, all our museums will be closed until further not...
13/03/2020

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Dear People, from Saturday, 14 March 2020, all our museums will be closed until further notice.
This measure is intended to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. We ask you for your understanding and will keep you updated on our website: www.smb.museum

With February 29., we have a leap day ahead of today! As you certainly know, these only exist every four years. Why this...
29/02/2020

With February 29., we have a leap day ahead of today! As you certainly know, these only exist every four years. Why this is the case, we are happy to explain to you: One year is the time when the Earth once rounds the sun - that's how we learned it at school! 🤓 If you take a closer look, there is a "problem": Actually, it's 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes and 46 seconds. Since the year in the calendar can only have full days, the calendar year starts almost 6 hours early - which would not be noticed in a single year. But for four consecutive years, it's already: Here the calendar would be a whole day early. After a hundred years already almost a month - and after six hundred years, the deepest winter would be in July. In order not to happen, one simple solution has been found: you extend the year by one day every four years. In these "leap years" February has 29 days instead of 28 Then the calendar matches the earth movement again. 🧠 💁
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel: Berlin. Altes Museum at the Lustgarten. Design for the mural "Uranus and the Dance of the Stars", Copper Engraving Cabinet, 1831 © Staatliche Museums zu Berlin / Wolfram Büttner

24/02/2020

Heute ist Rosenmontag und ihr habt immer noch keine Idee für ein Karnevalskostüm? Dann macht es doch wie dieser antike Theaterschauspieler und werft euch in das Kostüm des Papposilen, dem ältesten und ruhigsten unter den Silenen. Dazu braucht ihr nur ein Schafsfell, das das zottelige Fell der Silenen imitiert und einen zotteligen Vollbart. 🤓☝️Und Zack - fertig ist eure Verkleidung.
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Statue eines Schauspielers in der Rolle als Papposilen. Marmor. Anfang des 2. Jahrhunderts n. Chr.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

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Today is Shrove Monday and you still have no idea for a carnival costume? Then do like this ancient theatre actor and throw yourself into the costume of the Papposilen, the oldest and quietest of the Silenas. All you need is a sheepskin imitating the shaggy fur of the Silenians and a shaggy full beard. 🤓☝️ And bam - your disguise is ready.
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Statue of a theatre actor as a Papposilen. Marble. Beginning of the 2nd century A.D.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

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21/02/2020

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20/02/2020

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This is probably how social networks would have looked in ancient times. 😂#thedollypartonchallenge | #brightupyourday---...
29/01/2020

This is probably how social networks would have looked in ancient times. 😂
#thedollypartonchallenge | #brightupyourday
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"Green Caesar". Bust of Gaius Iulius Caesar. 1st century AD.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius
Relief fragment: Dionysian procession. 1st century AD.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius
Bronze statue of a young man (so-called Praying Boy). Late 4th / early 3rd century B.C.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius
Statue of an Amazon ("Wounded Amazon"). Around 500 B.C.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

We don't know how you see it, but this early imperial statue after a Greek model (Hera statue) of the 5th century BC see...
15/01/2020

We don't know how you see it, but this early imperial statue after a Greek model (Hera statue) of the 5th century BC seems to us to be made for today's museum Selfie Day! 🤳 You can find it in our Old Museum. And who knows - maybe you even have your own examples up your sleeve! #MuseumSelfieDay 😃📷👇
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Statue of Antonia Minor as Fortuna, Collection of Classical Antiquities, National Museums in Berlin / Johannes Laurentius

Winter time means cap time! 🤠 But who needs a knitted, bobble or poodle cap if you can have an Alopekis, a fox fur cap, ...
13/12/2019

Winter time means cap time! 🤠 But who needs a knitted, bobble or poodle cap if you can have an Alopekis, a fox fur cap, at this temperature? 🤔 These once belonged to the traditional costume and armament of the Thracians, an Indo-European mountain people in ancient times. They did not have their own script, but were in close contact with the Greeks and their culture. Our model is none other than "Riace B" - one of the two larger-than-life bronze warriors from Riace, recovered from the sea off the west coast of southern Italy in 1972 and recently reconstructed in the course of a research project of the Liebighaus Museum - Skulpturen Sammlung. Currently we welcome both figures as guests in our Altes Museum. 🙂
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Experimental and reconstructive replica of the bronze warrior Riace B, front view head, © Frankfurt am Main, Liebighaus sculpture collection, on permanent loan from the Museo Nazionale Archeologico Reggio Calabria, Photo: Hans R. Goette

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09/12/2019

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This Etruscan urn from the area of Chiusi, Italy, dates from the 6th century BC and is typical for this region. While in...
07/12/2019

This Etruscan urn from the area of Chiusi, Italy, dates from the 6th century BC and is typical for this region. While in other areas the Etruscan cremation-graves and body-graves appear equally, around Chiusi there are primarily cremation-graves in elaborately designed urns. These usually sit on a throne and have a human head as lid. The urns refer to a heroic representation of the deceased and the thrones point to the respective head of the family.
With a bit of luck you can visit these and many other world-famous objects every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite picture from the Museum Island on facebook or instagram and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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Throne chair and urn with head attachment. 6th century B.C. Place of discovery: Sarteano near Chiusi, Italy.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

The Athenian statesman Pericles lived from 490 to 429 B.C. and was already considered one of the most important statesme...
06/12/2019

The Athenian statesman Pericles lived from 490 to 429 B.C. and was already considered one of the most important statesmen and leaders of Athens in antiquity. From 443 B.C. until shortly before his death he led the fate of Athens. Under his reign, the Athenian Acropolis was magnificently expanded, art and literature flourished, and trade and industry also experienced an upswing. At the same time Pericles could celebrate successes as a warlord and strengthen the power of Athens. However, he also led Athens into the Peloponnesian War against Sparta, which ended in 404 B.C. with a defeat of Athens and at that time marked the end of Athenian domination. His portrait betrays only little of these extraordinary deeds, as he is shown entirely as a citizen. Only the Corinthian helmet refers to the strategic position, the position of military leader.
With a bit of luck you can visit these and many other world-famous objects every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite object from the Museum Island and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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Bust of Pericles. Marble, found around 430 BC on Lesbos and acquired in 1901 for the Antikensammlung Berlin.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

In all probability, the "Berlin goddess" is not a goddess at all, but is to be understood as the tombstone staue of an e...
05/12/2019

In all probability, the "Berlin goddess" is not a goddess at all, but is to be understood as the tombstone staue of an extremely wealthy woman from a rich family. In her right hand she holds a pomegranate, a reference to beauty and on her head a polo, a crown-like headgear, which is why it was originally assumed that this must be a goddess. The statue from the archaic art epoch achieved world fame under this name and was acquired in 1923 from the Paris art trade for the Antikensammlung Berlin.
With a bit of luck you can visit these and many other world-famous objects every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite picture from the Museum Island on facebook or instagram and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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"Berlin Goddess". Grave statue made of marble. Around 570 BC.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

The Altes Museum was "the first house on site" on the Museum Island. Built between 1825 and 1830 by Karl Friedrich Schin...
04/12/2019

The Altes Museum was "the first house on site" on the Museum Island. Built between 1825 and 1830 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, it was ceremoniously opened as the "Königliches Museum" in 1845 and originally housed the artworks of the Gemäldegalerie. From 1904 the Collection of Classical Antiquities also found its home here. After the Second World War, the Altes Museum was rebuilt from 1951 to 1966 and has been the address for classical antiquity ever since. The main floor offers an impressive panorama of the art of ancient Greece from the 10th to the 1st century BC. The collection is supplemented by objects from the Numismatic Collection, which presents a selection of its best pieces of ancient coinage. On the upper floor, art and archaeology of the Etruscans and the Roman Empire are on display. The collection of Etruscan art is one of the largest outside Italy.
With a bit of luck you can visit this and the other houses of the Museum Island every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite picture from the Museum Island on facebook or instagram and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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Exterior view of the Altes Museum.
National Museums in Berlin / Maximilian Meisse

Cleopatra VII Philopator, known to most only as Cleopatra, was probably the best known Egyptian queen today and lived fr...
03/12/2019

Cleopatra VII Philopator, known to most only as Cleopatra, was probably the best known Egyptian queen today and lived from 69 - 30 BC. She descended directly from Ptolemaios I, General Alexander the Great and founder of the Egyptian ruling dynasty of the Ptolemies. With the help of Gaius Iulius Caesar, Cleopatra secured the throne of Egypt and his heart. After Caesar's death, Cleopatra entered into a liaison with the Roman General Marcus Antonius, with whom she ruled the Egyptian Empire for several years. The young Octavian, better known as Emperor Augustus, saw himself forced to take military action against Cleopatra and Marcus Antonius and defeated them, whereupon Marcus Antonius threw into his sword and possibly died in the arms of his Beloved. Cleopatra was broken and faced the fate of being presented to the Roman masses in a triumphal procession. Whether and how she killed herself is already a mystery in antiquity: According to a legend she had a king cobra smuggled into the palace and bitten by it. Maybe she also took poison. The Ptolemaic dynasty ended with her death.
With a bit of luck you can visit these and many other world-famous objects every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite picture from the Museum Island on facebook or instagram and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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Bust of Cleopatra VII. Marble, probably created around 40 - 30 B.C.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius

Gaius Iulius Caesar, conqueror of (whole) Gaul, victor in the Roman civil war and autocrat of Rome, adoptive father of t...
02/12/2019

Gaius Iulius Caesar, conqueror of (whole) Gaul, victor in the Roman civil war and autocrat of Rome, adoptive father of the first Roman emperor, Augustus. Caesar lived from 100 BC to his murder by Brutus on 15th March 44 BC and can justifiably be called a jack-of-all-trades. Did you know that Iulius Caesar, at the age of 25, was captured by pirates on his way to Rhodes and that he himself increased the required ransom sum from 20 silver talents to 50 talents because he saw himself as an important and important personality? After his release, he commissioned a private sea fleet, had the pirates caught and then crucified...
With a bit of luck you can visit these and many other world-famous objects every day for a year. On the page of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin you can win an annual Classic plus ticket on Saturday. Just upload your favorite picture from the Museum Island on facebook or instagram and mark it with the hashtag #ichbinWELTERBE
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"Green Caesar". Bust of Gaius Julius Caesar. 1st century AD.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes

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Donnerstag 10:00 - 20:00
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Karl Friedrich Schinkels Altes Museum, entstanden von 1823 bis 1830, zählt zu den bedeutendsten Bauwerken des Klassizismus. Die monumentale Ordnung der 18 ionischen kannelierten Säulen, die weit gespannte Vorhalle, die Freitreppe, die zum Beschreiten einlädt, sowie die mit antiken Skulpturen geschmückte Rotunde – Raum innerer Sammlung und ausdrücklicher Rückgriff auf das römische Pantheon – sind architektonische Würdezeichen, die bis dahin nur Herrschaftsbauten vorbehalten waren. Die Inschrift über der Säulenfront lautet: „Friedrich Wilhelm III. hat dem Studium jeder Art Altertümer und der freien Künste das Museum gestiftet 1828“. Heute beherbergt das Haus die Antikensammlung, die hier ihre Dauerausstellung zur Kunst und Kultur der Griechen, Etrusker und Römer zeigt. Das Münzkabinett komplettiert mit seinen antiken Objekten diese Gesamtschau des klassischen Altertums.

Hier geht’s zur Webseite: https://www.smb.museum/museen-und-einrichtungen/altes-museum/home.html

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s Altes Museum, completed in 1830, is one of the most important buildings of the Neoclassical era. The monumental arrangement of eighteen Ionic fluted columns, the expansive atrium and sweeping staircase that invites visitors to ascend to the top, the rotunda adorned with Antique sculptures on all sides as a place to collect one’s thoughts and an explicit reference to Rome’s Pantheon: such signs of architectural refinement had previously only ever been seen in buildings designed for royalty and the nobility. The inscription on the portico reads: ‘Friedrich Wilhelm III has dedicated this museum to the study of all antiquities and the free arts, 1828’. Today the museum houses the Antikensammlung, showcasing its permanent exhibition on the art and culture of the Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans. The Münzkabinettcomplements this sweeping overview of classical antiquity with its display of ancient coins.

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