The Museu de la Mar de Dénia inaugurates, on Thursday, July 16, a new cycle of History. The presentation 'Esguits d'Història' It will count the findings of the Roman ships on the Dianense coast.
This cycle is made up of three talks throughout the month of July (days 16, 23 and 30), that is, on Thursdays, and will be led by the director of the Dénia Archaeological Museum, Josep A. Gisbert.
In the three presentations, we will talk about the warships sunk on the Dianense coast. The first talk, scheduled for 16 July It will be narrated that the story of a ship that transported wine and tableware and came from the Gulf of Naples, in Sertorio's time sank near Dénia, where it was destined.
The talk of 23 July It will deal with the history of the warships sunk on the coast of Denia and the last presentation, scheduled for the 30 July, will deal with the chivalry of the King and the Duke. History will go from the Museu de la Mar to the wooden bridge and from there to the King and Duke chivalry.
The capacity will be limited to 20 participants and due to the restrictions of the COVID-19 prior registration will be essential. The contact number of the Ethnological museum from Dénia 96 642 02 60 from 10:30 a.m. to 13:00 p.m. and 16:00 p.m.
at 19:00 except Monday and Sunday afternoon. The use of a mask is essential.