A new exhibition at the Pushkin Museum tells about the history of the Bosporan Kingdom

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich State Museum of fine arts named after A. S. Pushkin. Archival photoA new exhibition at the Pushkin Museum tells about the history of the Bosporan Kingdom© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Astapkovich

In the State Museum of fine arts named after as Pushkin opens the exhibition «Panticapaeum and Phanagoria. The two capitals of the Bosporan Kingdom». The exposition devoted to the history and culture of two important centers of the ancient state in Eastern Crimea and the Taman Peninsula, the official portal of the mayor of Moscow.

Visitors will see an altar with a dedication to the goddess Delagaye, a marble head of Athena, elements of ancient temples and many other unique finds.

In addition, the exhibition, which runs until 17 September, will be presented the results of the excavations of the XIX century and the discoveries of recent years.

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