For further information, please contact wih the Ephorate of Antiquities of Xanthi (+30 25410 51003, +30 25410 51783).
The exhibition includes objects found in the ancient city and its cemeteries and covers the period from the 7th century BC until the 12th century AD. Its main objective is educational. It mainly displays the daily life of the ancient Avdirites through the objects used by ordinary people in their daily activities.
The exhibition is structured thematically. Each module includes all objects from the city life periods arranged according to their use. Each module is divided into thematic sub-groups:
I. Public Life (Religion, Administration, Military Activity, Coinage)
II. Private Life (Professional and Building Activities, Trade, Crafts and workshops, Domestic chores, Clothes-grooming, Children's life)
III. Burial Customs (Graves, Burial signals, Graves Representations).
In this way it presents the evolution of the city and gradual changes in the residents' lives and on the construction of the objects themselves become apparent. Illustrative texts, photographs, drawings, maps and diagrams provide additional information to the visitor.