TIA Janus



Archaeological collection of Museum in Herceg-Novi


The Bronze Age goblet with ornament from the cave Vranjaj
(reconstructed by S. Topic)

Dwelling traces of the first human communities were discovered in the cave Vranjaj, under the peak Radostak in hinterland of Herceg-Novi. They date from the Neolithic period (5000- 4000 BC). Populating became more intensive in Eneolith (2000 - 1700 BC) and also during Bronze Age. The Bronze Age goblet with ornament from the cave Vranjaj. During the Bronze and Iron Age, burring under tumuluses was intensive - Glogovik, Vranjaj, and Djevojacke Grede

The classical period

The antique and Submarine Archeology section: Amphoreas and ship cargo fragments from all Mediterranean countries during the domination of the old Greece, Rome and Byzantine are exhibited. There are also ship cargo exhibitions from the systematic submarine archeological excavation of the emerged ship near the cape Kabala.

Early medieval age

Parapet - plate from the church of the St. Toma church- Kuti 11th century

The beginning of the Christianity is presented by discoveries founded on the locality Malo Rose, from 6th to 10th century. Stone decorative plastics from 9th to 11th century and altar stone partition - parapet plate from the church of the St. Toma in the village of Kuti and the church in the village of Suscepan.

Church of st. Stefan, village of Suscepan

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Serbia and Montenegro

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