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Antična kulturna dediščina Celja v muzejskem kontekstu
Jazbec, Sandra (Author), Mahnič, Katja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Celje se ponaša z bogato zgodovino. Po priključitvi rimski državi je prejelo ime Municipium Claudium Celeia in doživelo svoje prvo obdobje razcveta. Vendar pa je, kot mnoga druga mesta, tudi Celeja bila v času preseljevanja ljudstev porušena. Obilica celejanskih materialnih ostankov je srednjeveškim meščanom neredko služila kot gradbeni ali dekorativni material. V stoletjih po renesansi, zaznamovanih z okrepljenim zanimanjem za antiko in razmahom zbirateljstva, pa so bile mnoge antične dragocenosti iz Celja prenešene v privatne zbirke, kasneje tudi v javne muzeje, na Dunaju in v Gradcu. V luči prebujene zavesti o pomenu ohranjanja kulturne dediščine znotraj lokalnega okolja je leta 1882 hrambo materialne dediščine prevzel novo ustanovljeni Mestni muzej Celje. Muzej je po 2. svetovni vojni postal profesionalna institucija, v šestdesetih letih prejšnjega stoletja pa je prerasel v Pokrajinski muzej regionalnega pomena in v taki obliki deluje še danes. Zadnja desetletja so Celje zaznamovale izjemne arheološke najdbe, ki so danes predstavljene in situ in v sodobnih razstavnih prostorih. Inovativnost njihovih ustvarjalcev ni bila spregledana, saj so za svoje delo prejeli tako domača, kot tudi mednarodna priznanja.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Celeia, antična kulturna dediščina, in situ prezentacije, muzeji, arheološke najdbe.
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2020
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Antique cultural heritage of Celje in the museal context
Abstract:
Celje is known fot its rich history. After the annexation to the Roman Empire, it recieved the name Municipium Claudium Celeia and experienced its first periode of flourishing. Like many other towns, Celje was later ruined during the Migration Period. Numerous material remainders of Ancient Celeia more often than not served as building or decorative material to the town's medieval inhabitants. During the centuries that succeeded the Renaissance, marqued by the reinforced interest for the Antique and by the expansion of collecting, a lot of antique valuables from Celje were transfered to private collections, and later also to public museums in Vienna and Graz. In the light of a newfound awareness of the importance of preserving the cultural heritage within its local environement, the storage of material heritage was trusted to the newly opened Town Museum of Celje in 1882. The museum became a professional institution after the Second World War, and in the sixties it grew into the Regional Museum of Celje. The last decades in Celje were marqued by some impressive archeological findings, which are today presented in situ and in contemporary exhibition spaces. Inovativeness of their creators was not overlooked, for they have recieved national as well as international awards for their work.

Keywords:Celeia, antique cultural heritage, in situ presentations, museums, archeological findings.

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