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Museum of historical treasures of Ukraine

MUSEUM OF HISTORICAL TREASURES OF UKRAINE

The Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine was open as the branch of the NHMU in January 1969.
The most ancient collections are the archeological finds, discovered in the Ukrainian territory mostly during the twentieth century.
There are various decorations of ancient people, their weaponry, horses harness, ritual vessels, etc. These original objects reflect the culture of the nomadic Cimmerians, Scythians and Sarmatians who ruled on the Ukrainian lands since the 9th century BCE till the 4th century CE. Many adornments were created for the nomadic elite by the goldsmiths from the Greek cities that appeared on the Northern Shore of the Black Sea since the mid 7th century BCE.
Since the 4th century CE the steppes saw a succession of Turkic tribes arriving from Asia. So the Middle Age collection houses the decorations of Huns, Avars, Khazars, Cumans and other nomads from the 4th - 14th centuries
The highlights of the Museum are  the most ancient silver  decorations of the Early Slavs (6th - 8th centuries) and the works by the goldsmiths of the Kyivan Rus (9th – early 13th centuries). There are also outstanding collections of Ukrainian Goldsmithery and the works by the goldsmiths of Russia from the 16th – early 20th centuries. The MHTU also houses magnificent collections of Silver Judaica and European Silver.

Museum of historical treasures of ukraine

The location of the MHTU in the territory of the Kyiv-Pechersk Reserve
The location of the MHTU in the territory of the Kyiv-Pechersk Reserve

Building of the museum (Kovnir building of the first half of 18th century)
Building of the museum (Kovnir building of the first half of 18th century)

Reception hall
Reception hall

Room 1. Bronze Age and Early Iron Age
Room 1. Bronze Age and Early Iron Age
(3rd millennium BCE- 4th century BCE)

Room 2. Jewelry decorations from the Scythian steppe
Room 2. Jewelry decorations from the Scythian steppe
(6th - 4th centuries BCE)

Room 4b. Early Middle Age and Great Migration (3rd – 8th centuries)
Room 4b. Early Middle Age and Great Migration (3rd – 8th centuries)

Room 4а. Sarmatian decorations (2nd century BCE - 4th century CE)
Room 4а. Sarmatian decorations (2nd century BCE - 4th century CE)

Room 5. The Kyivan Rus and the nomads of Middle Age (9th - 14th centuries)
Room 5. The Kyivan Rus and the nomads of Middle Age (9th - 14th centuries)

Room 5. Arts of the Kyivan Rus and the Byzantium (11th -early 13th  centuries)
Room 5. Arts of the Kyivan Rus and the Byzantium (11th -early 13th  centuries)

Room 6.  Gold and Silversmith Arts in Ukraine
Room 6.  Gold and Silversmith Arts in Ukraine
(16th – early 20th centuries)

Room 6. Ecclesiastical adornments

Room 6. Ecclesiastical adornments

Room 6. Orthodox mitres
Room 6. Orthodox mitres

Room 7. Jewelry Art of Russia (16th – early 20th centuries)
Room 7. Jewelry Art of Russia (16th – early 20th centuries)

Room 8. Silver Judaica (18th – early 20th centuries)
Room 8. Silver Judaica (18th – early 20th centuries)

Room 8.  Collection of the Torah crowns, finials, pointers, shields
Room 8.  Collection of the Torah crowns, finials, pointers, shields

Room 8. Two show-cases with Zhytomyr and Odessa ornaments
Room 8. Two show-cases with Zhytomyr and Odessa ornaments

Room 9. Occidental Silver (15th – early 20th centuries)
Room 9. Occidental Silver (15th – early 20th centuries)

Room 9. Open brickwork of monastic bakery (17th – first half of 18th century)
Room 9. Open brickwork of monastic bakery (17th – first half of 18th century)

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