Information About Nigde Museum
In Niğde Museum, there are 6 exhibition halls where the archeology of Central Anatolia is presented in chronological order. Most of the artifacts are finds from excavations in the region.
1st Hall: Obsidian tools found in the Neolithic Age excavations at the Pinarbasi Höyük, Köşk Höyük, Tepecik Höyük and Kaletepe Obsidian Atelier in the region; with anthropomorphic vase. The “Köşk Höyük Chalcolithic House tarih dating back to 4883 is exhibited.
HALL 2: The fountain of the gallery entrance in the Kestel antique tin mine located opposite the mound with the finds from the excavations at Göltepe Höyük in the Celaller Village of Çamardı District, dated to the Old Bronze Age (3rd millennium BC). is displayed. Again, Acemhöyük excavations and works brought from the town of Ulukışla, Darboğaz are also in this showcase. The second big showcase; The palace finds unearthed during the excavation of Acemhöyük (Puruşhanda), which is an important center of the Assyrian Trade Colonies Age, are exhibited.
HALL 3: “Late Hittite-Phrygian Hall” (1st millennium BC) After the collapse of the Hittite Empire, storms of storm and fertility god steles of Nahita and Tuvanuva kingdoms emerged in Anatolia after the collapse of Hittite Empire, inscriptions written in Hittite Hieroglyphics. The finds from the Kaynarca Tumulus, the Phrygian ceramics and the “Göllüdağ Lion” are on display.
Hall 4: Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Period finds. In one part of the hall are the finds recovered from the Tepebağları, Porsuk Höyük and Acemhöyük excavations within the boundaries of the province, terracotta and glass artifacts acquired through purchase and difficult purchase, seal prints, Roman statuettes and Byzantine artifacts. In the other part of the hall, M.S. II. YY. Sculpture products and grave steles dating to the Roman Imperial Period are exhibited.
5. HALL: Coins and mummies are displayed.
A-Coin Section: Coin printing technique and general definitions, introduced in two panels, 6 large wall showcase, in chronological order, Greek, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic-Ottoman period coins and Seljuks with silver treasure and the Tepebağları of the kingdom defines gets.
B-Mummy Section: “Nun Mummy” (X.yy.) located in Ihlara Valley of Aksaray and 4 baby mummies (XIII. Century) extracted from Çanlı Church are exhibited.
6. HALL: “Ethnographic Works Hall”: In the hall where ethnographic culture of the region is about to disappear, weapons, manuscripts, writing sets, lighting tools, carpets, rugs, spheres, jewelery and artifacts from the Ilkhani Period are displayed. There is an oriental corner in the hall.
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