The temporary exhibition of the Museum of Moià "Neanderlife. Neanderthal Moments of Life "has been a success and 3042 people visited from 28 January to 5 June.
For the first time has exposed the tooth of "Neanderthal child Moià" and fifty pieces of lithic industry and animal remains found in the Cave of Toixoneres by the team of archaeologists from the IPHES August 2016.
The exhibition is a journey so enjoyable and educational for the characteristics of the life of Neanderthal populations for thousands of years. We can deepen our knowledge of this species extinct: who they were and how ?, how ?, and populated environment and what they ate and how ?, what ?, built their tools where they lived? ... all this through knowledge that we provide the archaeological excavations in various parts of our country, and among them Moià.
During this time the exhibition curator and archaeologist IPHES Lluis Batista has made free educational lectures and complementary to those schools that have sun • Moià asked about life in the Paleolithic and Neolithic.
The exhibition begins now itineratge different towns in Catalonia. The tooth child Moià exhibits and laboratories IPHES return for their study.
You can see this information and photographs to: http://www.moia.cat/3042-persones-visiten-lexposicio-neanderlife-al-museu-de-moia/