How can I know something I can’t measure?
Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology teaches us to measure life with joy and knowledge and introduces us to the ancient Greek secrets of the most important clocks and calendars with a special workshop of experiential learning and creative expression.
How did the ancient Greeks measure time? The ways they invented and developed were many and they used both the lunar and solar calendars, thus linking East and West from the past. In order to historically trace the ancient connection between the solar and lunar calendars we travel from Babylon to Alexandria and find the ancient texts of Hipparchus alive before us in an unprecedented technological construct! The coveted ancient Greek “diary of knowledge” stands before us and we are ready to openly converse with it. Really, what can it be? Science, our desires and our vision of the future come together to provide the answer.
The “knowledge diary” is here and can be useful in different ways for everyone. The question it poses is still alive and well: “can I know something that I cannot measure?”.
Date and time: Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 November, 12:00
Ages: Kids 6 to 12 years old
Ticket Prices: 8 euros