Archeology and ethnography museum

The archeology and ethnography Museum has the exhibition "the Neolith and early eneolith".
Transition from hunting and collecting to agriculture and cattle breeding – the period when the human society stepped in the neolith epoch (the beginning of 7 millenia BC) became the major achievement in development of the primitive society.
Instruments of labor of the most ancient farmers and the cattlemen inhabitting the Dniester-Prut interfluve are exhibited in the hall of the neolith and early eneolith. Here the finds from excavation of settlements of Soroca groups and near the village Sacarovca (Bugo-Dniester culture, 7-5 millenia BC) are exposed.
Except silicon, slate, bone and horn tools the samples of the most ancient ornamented ceramics molded in the tape way from clay with impurity  of chaft are shown here.
Also the hall of neolith and early eneolith shows the finds characterizing culture of linearly-tape ceramics carriers of which arrived to the Dniester-Prut interfluve from the Central Europe in the second half of 5 millennia BC.
Pottery of this culture, especially polished to shine vessels of the spherical form covered with the musical ornament is also original.
In some show-windows  you can see the finds characterizing development of Tripoli eneolith culture (4-3 millennia BC). Along with the instruments of labor from the local and imported flint, bone, horn and copper the richly ornamented bowls on hollow supports, figurines of people and animals are presented.
In one of the show-windows there are Tripoli cult subjects – altars, figurines embodying the image of the goddess-mother and solar bull.

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