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Археологические памятники

There are 5461 works of art in this category

Detail of a Mosaic

Rhyton

Round Plaque with a Loop on the Reverse

Fragment of an amphora handle with the stigma

Fancy-Shaped Belt Plaque

Oval Saddle Pendant

Eyebrow Coloring Tool

Fragment with an Inscription

Red-Figured Pelike 'Amazonomachia'

Ornamental Plaques with Three Petals and Two Shoots in the Centre Reminding of Simplified Bull's Heads (35 pcs. )

Statuette of a Jumping Athlete

Pin with Pendants

Flat Arrow-Head with an Ornately Shaped Upper Part

Pendant Shaped like a Bird

Double-Edged Knife

Bowl

Памятники письменности, документы

There are 38 works of art in this category

Letters Patent of Yelizaveta Petrovna to Lieutenant Stepan Ivanov, Grenadier of the Life Campaign, to Nobility by Decree of December 31, 1941

Specimen of Calligraphy

Letters Patent of Yelizaveta Petrovna to Lieutenant Osip Sveshnikov, Sergeant of the Life Campaign, to Nobility by Decree of December 31, 1941

Decree of Yelizaveta I about Payment of Dues from Merchants Trading with Riga

Report of Archimandrite Theodosius Addressed to Peter I with the Request to Bring Monks from other Monasteries to the Alexander Nevski Monastery to be Trained as Eparchs and Archimandrites

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

“Mirror” in the form of a prism, each side bears Peter I’s edicts: a) “on rules of conduct in court and punishment for their violation “ b) “on the necessity by government institutions to know all government regulations” c) ”on rigorous enforcement of laws of the state and the prohibition of their willful interpretation”

Конская амуниция

There are 48 works of art in this category

Horse-Cloth

Stirrup

Stirrup

Saddle of Peter I's Horse

Saddle with Horse Harness Presented by Terek Cossacs to Tsarevich Alexei Nikolayevich

Stirrup (pair)

Part of a Horse Harness

Horseshoes (pair)

Headpiece

Bridle

Plaque (part of harness)

Saddlecloth

Hussar Saddle

Horse Harness

Facing of a Saddle with the Depiction of a Horse

Head Harness