Early Medieval Sculpture of Dubrovnik and Environs
The exhibition has been produced by Dubrovnik Museums, Archaeological Museum
The exhibition shows parts of early medieval architectural decorations and stone furnishing dating from the 9th to the 12th century, deriving from various sites in Dubrovnik city and surrounds. Most of the exhibits derive from churches in the city itself (St Stephen’s, St Peter’s, St Nicholas’ and others), and after that churches in the neighbourhood (St Mary’s, Rožat; St Sergius on Koločep; St Michael’s on Mrkan and others). The exhibition was shown first in the Rector’s Palace in 2003.
Exhibition devised by: Romana Menalo
Exhibition designed by: Jelica Peković
Exhibition patrons: Ministry of Culture Republic of Croatia , Dubrovnik City Authority, Zagrebačka banka, Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Conservation Department in Dubrovnik, Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments – Split, Dom izgradnja d.o.o. - Dubrovnik, Omega engineering d.o.o. – Dubrovnik, Konoba Amoret – Dubrovnik
The catalogue of the exhibition is available in the museum shop of Dubrovnik Museums.