gototopgototop
  1. Skip to Menu
  2. Skip to Content
  3. Skip to Footer>

"Erebuni" Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve

New exhibition entitled “The Urartian monuments in the Republic of Armenia” was opened in Persepolis

PDFPrint

On may 16, 2016 in the the Islamic Republic of Iran, in  the World heritage site museum of   Persepolis/ Takht-e Jamshid/ was opened a new exhibition entitled “The Urartian monuments in the Republic of Armenia”. This was а reciprocal exhibition to the exhibition entitled “From Erebuni to Persepolis. At the crossroad of Urartian and Achaemenid cultures” organized in 2015 within the framework of the Armenian-Iranian collaboration. With the welcoming speech came up the director of the “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve, the president of ICOMOS/Armenia NGO Mr. Gagik Gyurjyan, who emphasized in his speech that this exhibition could greatly stimulate to the strengthening of the cultural ties between the 2 countries.

Read Article

“Junior Archaeologist’s” school launched the educational process for 2016

PDFPrint

The “Junior Archaeologist’s” school launched its  trainings for 2016 in “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve on May 4. Greeting   the pupils and their parents, the director of the museum Mr. Gyurjyan,  represented the main mission of the school, that is encouraging the youth interested in the archaeology, and contributing the valorization of the archaeological heritage by spreading archaeological knowledge.

Read Article

“Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve celebrated the International Day for Monuments and Sites

PDFPrint

Within the framework of the International Day for Monuments and Sites, on April 18, 2016  in “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve a temporary exhibition, entitled “Lion and Bull hunt in the Ancient Near East”  was exhibited, dedicated to the heritage of sport. The event launched with the welcoming speech of the director of “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve, president of  ICOMOS/Armenia NGO Mr. G. Gyurjyan. Congratulating the professional day of the heritage guards, Mr. Gyurjyan made reference to the history of sport, to its development, which was partially reflected in the exhibition.

Read Article

The exhibition entitled “Lion and Bull hunt in the Ancient Near East” within the framework of the International Day for Monuments and Sites

PDFPrint

Within the frameworks of the International Day for Monuments and Sites, theme of which is  the ''Heritage of Sport'', ''Erebuni'' Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve, in a close collaboration with the ICOMOS/Armenia, is  organizing  an exhibition  entitled  ‘‘Lion and bull hunt in the Ancient Near East’’. The exhibition will represent to its visitors some sport events from the Ancient Near East and scenes which prove the existence of the lion and bull hunt in Urartu.  In  the religious systems of   several regions of  Ancient Near East  lion hunting, sometimes even bull ritual hunting had an important role. These  are  demonstrated not only in the various   scenes of the Ancient Near East iconography, but also in several written sources.

Read Article

Yerevan Municipality “Erebuni” Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve is accepting the applications for the 2016 “Junior Archaeologist’s” school courses

PDFPrint

 

“Junior Archaeologist’s” School of Erebuni Historical& Archaeological Museum-Reserve invites the schoolchildren of middle ages to take part in the spring school launching on April 27, 2016. The  course consists of theoretical and practical classes. The duration of the theoretical classes is 2 weeks with the 3 lessons per week. While the duration of the practical excavations   is 2 weeks and is carried out  in the special  educational excavation area  near the museum.

Read Article