- Presentation of the ROMEC Proceedings
- Monday, 9th December 2013 at 13,00
ROMAN MILITARY EQUIPMENT IN A FUNERARY CONTEXT
- Opening of the exhibition
- The Jabuka – a club that did not putrefy in 45 years
Friday, December 13th, 2013, 8PM
- Opening of the exhibition:
- ROMAN GLASS IN CROATIA / WORKSHOP RELIEF STAMPS
Archaeological Museum in Zagreb
Wednesday, December 18th, 2013 at 8 pm
Museum of Ancient Glass, Zadar
Author: Berislav Štefanac
- Pedagogical workshops
- ORIGAMI WORKSHOP – bird manufacturing
Saturday, December 7th and 14th, 2013, 11AM
- Flight in the past: Birds in archaeological heritage
Open until 2nd March 2014
- 5 photos for souvenir
- ARCHIMOUSE NEWS
- Renovated facade of the Museum
- Igor Uranić: Egyptian Mythology
Thursday, December 12th, 2013, 6PM
- Kristina Šekrst:
Ancient Egyptian Language - Then and Now: History of Research and New Insights
Thursday, December 19th, 2013, 6PM
- Exhibition :
- „Šenoa's tresure – numismatic collection of August Šenoa in the Archaeological museum in Zagreb“
Open until 14th February 2014
- Later phase of the Urnfield culture in northern Croatia
Open until 8th December 2013
- BAG AMZ
- MUSEUM SHOP
- A BROCHURE OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM IN ZAGREB FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS
- Archaeological museum in Zagreb published a small museum brochure for visually impaired persons, which they can use as a source of information. It is written in Braille (b-w). You can find it at several locations in Zagreb free of charge and take it with you. It contains basic information on the museum, its permanent exhibition and pedagogical department, whose staff will be happy to give you a tour of the museum or organize an interesting and entertaining workshop.
- PERMANENT EXHIBITION OF GREEK AND ROMAN COLLECTION
- A new section of the permanent exhibition of Greek and Roman collection is now open: EVERYDAY LIFE
You are wellcome to visit it!
- Promo sale VAMZ (PDF, 14KB)
Instructions for submission of manuscripts for museum journal (PDF, 114KB)
- NEW - SMART GUIDE!
- Bring with you your smart phone or tablet because our free of charge audio-visual Smart Guide will conduct you through the MUSEUM.
The guide can be accessed by a WiFi wireless network and offers fascinating facts presented in an audio version, as a text and a photo gallery.
- Cro Museums app
- More information (PDF, 370KB)
- MUSEUM SHOP
- NEW SOUVENIRS:
JEWELRY - Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Earrings, Rings, Pendants, MAGNETS, CLOTHES
- Project Virtual museum
- Project Virtual museum - 3D scanning of the most valuable objects kept in the Archaeological museum in Zagreb
the time machine
- On September 4th 1953 systematic field excavations at Lijeva Bara in Vukovar were concluded.
A group of archaeologists guided by dr. Zdenko Vinski, Marcel Gorenc and Ksenija Vinski Gasparini spent 92 days on the field investigating the surface of no less than 3050
During the three year campaign of archaeological excavation they discoveres 438 early mediavel inhumation graves belonging to the Bijelo Brdo Culture, 9 prehistoric inhumation graves and 101 prehistoric cremation graves of the Dalj cultural group of the late Bronze and early Iron Ages.
The conceptual reconstruction of a quiver based on bone and metal remains and sections of closed quivers from three early medieval graves discovered and excavated at the site of Lijeva Bara in Vukovar in 1952.
- One hundred years ago Zdenko Vinski, a prominent Croatian archaeologist and scientist, was born in Zagreb on the 13th of May 1913. He studied and obtained his doctorate in Vienna in 1937, and from 1945 until his retirementin 1979 he worked in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, where for a brief time he was director (1951-1953). He taught at the universities in Zagreb, Ljubljana, and Göttingen, and from1986 he was acorresponding member of the Yugoslav and Croatian Academies of Science and Art. He studied medieval archaeology, particularly the archaeology of the Migration Period and the Early Medieval Period, and he directed archaeological excavations in Bijelo Brdo, Mrsunjski Lug, Veliki Bukovec, Sv. Petar Ludbreški, Vukovar, Zagreb, Knin, Medvedička, and elsewhere. He wrote more than a hundred valuable scientific and professional works published in journals and various archaeological editions, both Croatian and foreign.
In 1989 he received an award from the Parliament of the Republic of Croatia for his prominent scientific research work. He died in Zagreb on the 13th of October 1996.
- Current archaeological excavations in Croatia 2010 (PDF 4.088 kB)