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Museum of Human and Technology Evolution in Paleolithic

Subordination"The Royal Court" National Museum Complex
Museum code6930520
NameMuseum of Human and Technology Evolution in Paleolithic
Addressstr. Stelea nr. 4
Postal code130017
E-MAIL addresscontact@muzee-dambovitene.ro
Accesscentre of the city, close to Stelea Church.
Time table9:00 - 17:00; Monday closed
DirectorOvidiu Cârstina
Collection(s)Museum of Human Evolution and Technology in Paleolithic is the first of its kind in Romania and in Central and South-Eastern Europe. It is centered on the most important discoveries made in the upper and middle Paleolithic in Romania. The museum contained artifacts belonging, for sure, to universal archaeological heritage, such as the oldest in the world testimonials on Neanderthal symbolism represented by containers preparation of ocher and ocher painted geode over 50,000 years discovered in the cave Cioarei-Boroşteni (Gorj county), the only necklace of small snail shells in Europe about 29,000 years old, the oldest whistle instrument in Romania, a Gravettian whistle over 20,000 years old, many animal tooth pendants and engraved stone pendants, some even older than 25,000 years and so on, all found in the sites of Piatra Neamţ - Poiana Cireşului (Neamţ county), and Cioarei - Boroşteni cave. Moreover, the museum focuses over three quarters of all the ornaments and art discovered in Romania, older than 10,000 years. The museum is the result of decades of work by archaeologist Professor Dr. Marin Cârciumaru and his collaborators.
Historic Monument building Historic Monument building DB-II-m-B-17309
General profileArchaeology
Main profileArchaeology
WEB addresshttp://www.muzee-dambovitene.ro/index.php/muzeul-evolutiei; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1YUQtopBZ4
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