- The Hermitage - The Department of the Art and Culture of Antiquity -

The relics in the Hermitage of the culture of classical antiquity in-
clude a very rich collection of vases, carved stones, jewellery and terra-
cotta, a rare collection of Roman portrait busts, and examples of Greek
sculpture. The latter is represented in the Hermitage, as in the majority
of museums in the world, primarily by first-third century Roman copies
from Greek originals, most of which were lost even in antiquity.

The following exhibitions are open to view:

The Art and Culture of Ancient Greece: 800-200 B.C.

The Art and Crlture of Ancient Towns of the Northern Black Sea
Coastlands: 700 B.C.-3rd century A.D.

The Art and Culture of Ancient Italy and Rome: 700 B.C.-4th
century A.D.




The Art and Culture of Ancient Greece: 800-200 B.C
The Art and Culture of Ancient Towns on the Northern Black Sea Coastlands: 700 B.C.-3rd century A.D.
The Art and Culture of Ancient Italy and Rome: 700 B.C.-4th century A.D.

- The Hermitage - The History of the Museum -
- The Hermitage - The Department of Russian Culture -
- The Hermitage - The Department of Prehistoric Culture -
- The Hermitage - The Department of the Art and Culture of the Peoples of the East -
- The Hermitage - The Department of the Art and Culture of Antiquity -
- The Hermitage - The Department of Western European Art -
- The Hermitage - The Numismatic Department -
- Floor Pans -