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Musée Marc Deydier

Cucuron | Archéologie - Ethnographie
Free Admission
Musée Marc-Deyo is dedicated to Marc Deydier, self-taught, notary, photographer and archaeologist (1845-1920). Its archaeological collections have traces of Neolithic civilization and bronze age, inter alia a stele of Iberian type (9th BC) is engraved with a helmet, a sword and a shield; furniture from the Gallo-Roman villa of Vielhy (graffito of a Roman ship) and the mausoleum of an aristocratic family Gallo (1st - 4th century a.d.).

Several rooms of local Ethnography are devoted to Cucuron life around the early 1900s. These facilities are illustrated by Marc Deydier photographs taken between 1903 and 1916 (more than 3,200 photographs we have) showing the population and the different activities of the rural world of the Southern Piedmont of the Grand Luberon at the beginning of the 20th century.

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  • Name: Musée Marc Deydier
  • Address: Rue de l'Eglise - 84160 - Cucuron - France
  • Phone: (33) 04 90 09 87 61

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