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Classical Antiquity Section
This collection comprises 25,000 artefacts of provincial Roman culture in what is today's Bosnia and Herzegovina, dating from the 1st to the 6th century CE. Some of the artefacts are connected with early Christianity. The rich numismatic collection illuminates the economic development of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Roman Empire.
The permanent display Bosnia and Herzegovina in Classical Antiquity provides a holistic picture of the historical and cultural development in this region in Roman times, during the Principate (early Roman Empire), and in the Dominate (late Roman Empire).
Adnan Busuladžić, DSc
Archaeologist specialising in late Classical Antiquity
Senior research associate