If most of museological and museographic literature recounts the opportunity of re-evoking the context of usage, far more rarely it deals with the issue of re-evoking the context of retrieval. However, representing the sites of discovery of archaeological finds is a museographic act widely acknowledged in archaeological museums. One has to evaluate, though, if the reconstruction of the context of retrieval happens to confer an additional value to the exhibition, or else if it completes on a certain extent the cultural message that defines and holds together the various exhibits of an exhibition. The issue of context punctually appears every time underwater archaeological findings are exhibited. We are going to show one of the most remarkable experiences in underwater archaeological musealization: the Museo Nacional de Arqueologìa Submarina in Cartagena.
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