The exhibition showcases pre-Christian and Georgian medieval art, which reflects the continuity of the cultural traditions that were the basis for the formation of Georgian statehood and national identity.
Among the exhibits are: signified the Alaverdi Four Gospels (1054), the Vani Four Gospels, 12th-13th centuries manuscript commissioned by Queen Tamar is exhibited as well. The exposition also contains the astrological treatise with the zodiac signs and a lunar calendar, containing different types of religious texts and several astrological treatises translated from Arabic.
Besides, there are presents the unique icons, embroidery works, stone and wooden objects and other medieval artifacts.
Within the exhibition, there is displayed medieval technology and equipment that were used to create presented works of art.
Exhibition will opening on 11 June.
10:00 - 18:00, everyday besides Monday.