The Gumelnita Civilization Museum

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The Gumelnita Civilization Museum

The Gumelnita Civilization Museum
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sep. 2019
A personal tour by Theo, one of the historians at this small museum, showed us an astonishing collection of archaeological finds from the region. The very fine work from around 5,000 BC up to the Roman period constitutes a hugely significant collection and tells a fascinating story of an early civilization unknown to us. It was very much enhanced by our guide whose interpretation and answers to our questions in excellent English brought the period to life. “Each piece has heart and soul”
Don’t miss it if you are travelling in Europe!
Skrevet 16. september 2019
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AdrianBogdan89
Bucureşti, Romania104 bidrag
des. 2017 • Venner
Been there when I was a teenager and definetly is a part of our life picked from villages around Oltenita.
Skrevet 10. desember 2017
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jan. 2017 • Venner
The museum was founded in 1957 following a donation of 902 archaeological pieces from Barbu Ionescu, an accountant who was the first director of the museum until 1968.
By the, the museum's collections have increased significantly, reaching 15,500 archaeological and numismatic items.
The building in which the museum is functioning, was built in 1926 (arch. Ion Cernescu). It was originally intended to host cultural events, then some of the local branch temporarily housed Olteniţa National Bank and People's Council District.
The materials that are exposed are from Gumelniţa Neolithic Culture (stone tools and antler, ceramic figurines, anthropomorphic and zoomorphic vessels, harpoons, stone axes, plastics), treasures of the first millennium A.D., treasures of jewelry from Colibaşi, Chirnogi.
The main exhibition includes objects that belonged to civilizations that have evolved in the center of the Romanian Plain, such as culture Dudeşti discovered at Căsciorele and Vasilaţi, Boian culture illustrated by the finds at Spanţov, Căsciorele or Vlădiceasca. A special place was reserved civilization Gumelniţa presentation, which was given ample space. The museum's collection is displayed on sites for the visitor to have to face vestiges each community to form a complete picture about occupations and way of life of man from ancient times.

Periods represented are:

1. The Neolithic Age:
Dudeşti Culture
Boian Culture
Gumelniţa Culture

2. The period of transition from the Bronze Age:
The Cernavoda Culture
The Cernavoda II Culture

3. Bronze Age Culture:
Glina Culture
Tei Culture
Radovanu Culture

4. Ancient Culture: The Geto-Dacian civilization

All the cultural goods are classified in the National Cultural Heritage Treasure.
Skrevet 14. mars 2017
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