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  Ivory plate with Siren - Ephesus, first half 7th century BC.


7 October 2015 - 17 January 2016
Palais des Beaux-Arts | BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

From Hittite citadels to the Ottoman court, from Cybele to the Olympian gods, from Christianity to Islam: Anatolia is a land of migrations, where civilizations and cultures have succeeded one another, co-existing and blending for thousands of years.

ANATOLIA. Home of Eternity highlights this remarkable continuity of cults and cultures across 12 millennia of rituals, from the earliest Anatolian civilizations to the Ottoman Empire.

More than 200 objects - many of which have never been shown before - from more than 30 museums across Turkey will illustrate the richness and diversity of Anatolia’s heritage.

ANATOLIA. Home of Eternity is one of two featured exhibitions in Europalia Turkey, the 25th edition of the Europalia Arts Festival, which celebrates its 45th anniversary this year. Beginning on October 6, the program will present masterpieces from the great Turkish museums alongside the best in Turkish art, dance, music, literature and film.

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Ivory plate with Siren - Ephesus, first half 7th century BC.

Istanbul Archaeology Museums.

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