Medelhavsmuseet

Medelhavsmuseet (Akdeniz ve Yakın Doğu Eski Eserleri Müzesi), Stockholm'ün merkezinde, ağırlıklı olarak Akdeniz bölgesinden ve Yakın Doğu'dan gelen antik nesnelerin koleksiyonlarına odaklanan bir müzedir.[1][2][3]

Akdeniz ve Yakın Doğu Eski Eserleri Müzesi
Medelhavsmuseet
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Açılış 1954
Konum İsveç Stockholm
Koordinatlar 59°19'45.82"N, 18°4'2.65"E Edit this on Wikidata
Resmî site ornek.com

Akdeniz çevresindeki antik kültürlerden tanrılar ve insanlar Medelhavsmuseet'te (Akdeniz ve Yakın Doğu Eski Eserler Müzesi) omuz omuza veriyorlar.[4] Birçok hazinesi, 1930'larda Kıbrıs'ta arkeologlar tarafından keşfedilen büyük bir pişmiş toprak figür grubunu içerir.[5] Sergilenen bronz silahlar, aletler ve mumyaların en son interaktif teknoloji kullanılarak daha ayrıntılı olarak incelenebileceği mezar odaları.[6]

Mantar gibi sıra dışı malzemelerden yapılmış modeller, bir zamanlar evlerin nasıl yapıldığını gösteriyor ve müzede ayrıca Yakın Doğu, Kıbrıs, Yunanistan ve Roma'dan nesnelerin bulunduğu büyüleyici bir altın oda var.[7] Yunan ve İslam kültürü ile Roma ve Etrüsk sanatının tümü temsil edilir ve geçici sergilerle tamamlanır.[7]

Medelhavsmuseet, aslen 17. yüzyılda Otuz Yıl Savaşı'nda madalyalı bir general olan Mareşal Gustav Horn için inşa edilmiş eski bir bankada yer almaktadır.[7]

KaynakçaDüzenle

  1. ^ "medelhavsmuseet.se". 3 Haziran 2013 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Eylül 2017. 
  2. ^ "varldskulturmuseerna.se". 23 Haziran 2013 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Eylül 2017. 
  3. ^ "medelhavsmuseet.se". 14 Haziran 2013 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Eylül 2017. 
  4. ^ Andersson 1998.
  5. ^ Hultin 1998.
  6. ^ Lindgren 1987.
  7. ^ a b c Caldenby 1999.

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