Museum of Ancient Cultures

Museum of Ancient Cultures

The object illustrating this page is a Mycenaean bull figurine (MU 1566), dated Late Helladic IIIA-B, c. 1400 - 1200 BC; Macquarie University, purchased 2006, ex- Joyner Collection.

Museum Closure Notice

The Museum of Ancient Cultures is now closed.

We look forward to reopening in the new Arts Precinct in August 2020.

The Museum of Ancient Cultures (MAC) is a leading museum of Macquarie University which supports a range of museums, collections, art galleries, a sculpture park and herbarium. It is an archaeological museum that introduces modern minds to a number of cultures from the ancient world through its research and publications, learning, teaching and outreach programs, its displays and exhibitions and its involvement in the activities of the University.

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What can I study at Macquarie University?

Find information on undergraduate and postgraduate study opportunities for Ancient History and Archaeology, including fieldwork opportunities.

Acknowledgement of Darug Land

The Museum of Ancient Cultures publicly acknowledges the Darug people on whose land this museum is situated and further, recognises the cultural and heritage traditions and contributions of the indigenous people of Australia.

Content owner: Museum Last updated: 28 Nov 2019 3:48pm

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