The Epigraphic Collection of the National Museum Monograph Published
Ljubljana, 15 October - CULTURE/HISTORY/ARCHEOLOGY/EPIGRAPHY
The Roman Inscriptions in the National Museum of Slovenia, a monograph by Marjeta Šašel Kos containing about 200 Roman inscriptions dating back to the Roman settlement of Emona, the ancient predecessor of Ljubljana, and other settlements in the territory of central and southern Slovenia, came out Wednesday in the Situla collection. The publication of a study, carried out in close cooperation with the Institute of Archeology of the Slovene Academy of Sciences and Arts and funded by the science and culture ministries, is the first step towards actual renovation of the lapidary before being put on display in the National Museum of Slovenia. This is the third largest collection in Slovenia after collections in Ptuj and Celje.
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