The collections of the Archaeological Museum of Ioannina are developed in seven halls, the central corridor and three terraces, a total area of 1,200 sqm. The exhibits cover a long period, from the first appearance of man in Epirus, during the Lower Palaeolithic age 250,000 years ago, until the twilight of late antiquity in the late Roman period (3rd century AD.). Particular emphasis is given to the findings from the sanctuary of Dodoni which are exposed in a room dedicated exclusively to one of the major oracles of the Greek world. The new permanent exhibition retains the dimension of the old continent, as it was inspired by the first Director of AMI Julia Vokotopoulou. It includes approximately 3,000 archaeological finds from all over Epirus. The structure is based on three pillars: a chronology, a geographic and a theme. Interlaced axles at the museological flow by attempting to highlight the special character and course of the region in antiquity.
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