To celebrate the UNE Museum of Antiquities’ 60th anniversary, UNE Classics & Ancient History has curated an exhibition exploring the technology of writing (encoding) and cryptography (encryption and decryption). There is also a codebreaker challenge to complete!
You can view the exhibition in Display Cabinet 33 in the Museum of Antiquities (UNE Arts Building E11 Corridor) or explore it online at une.edu.au/codebreaker. The codebreaker competition can also be completed in the museum or online.
The competition will end at 5pm Wednesday 28 August and competition winners will be announced at the Aspects of Antiquity Public Lecture on Thursday 29 August 2019 at 5.25pm.
Contact Bronwyn Hopwood.