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The Netherlands in Roman times

In the permanent exhibition The Netherlands in Roman Times, the spotlight is on the Low Countries in the first four centuries of the Common Era. You will see more than 450 objects relating to stories about fortresses, villages, commerce, armed conflict, religion, and rituals. As well as Romans, Cananefates, Batavians and Frisians also played an important role in these stories. Displayed in the newly refurbished rooms alongside the familiar highlights of our collection are a number of new objects: a Roman helmet from Leiden, a dagger from Alphen aan den Rijn, and altars for the goddess Nehalennia from Zeeland.

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