From April 13, 2018 the visitors will have an opportunity to visit new display of Ancient Greek and Roman art that introduces with Ancient Greek and Roman coins, marble sculptures as well as Ancient Greek pottery.
Collection of ancient coins includes coins from Ancient Greece, Hellenistic kingdoms as well as the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, dated from the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD. Coins of the Roman Empire make up the largest part of the collection. They cover almost the entire period of the Empire, representing most of its rulers from Augustus to Valentinian II. Ancient sculpture is represented by three marble sculptures – Roman copies (1st–2nd century AD) from Greek originals. Subsequently the Collection of ancient pottery introduces the items of Ancient Greeks, Etruscans and other tribes of Italy produced from the 15th to the 2nd century BC, allowing to trace the main developmental periods of pottery and diversity of its forms and decorations.