Phalere mit Pferdekopfdarstellung vermutl. aus Maikop, Russland, sarmatisch 1./2. Jh. n.Chr.
Silber, vergoldet, Dm. 12,5 cm
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte/ FClaudia Plamp

Pergamonmuseum
The Silver Horse
Archaeological Treasures between the Black Sea and the Caucasus

26.11.2010 to 13.03.2011

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
Glass, Handle with Care!
Fragile Art 700-2010

10.09.2010 to 13.02.2011

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
Colourful Gods
The Vibrant Colours of Ancient Sculpture

13.07.2010 to 03.10.2010

© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst / Ingrid Geske

Pergamonmuseum
A Collector's Fortune
Islamic Art Masterpieces of the Keir Collection

18.03.2010 to 17.06.2012

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
Wohnwelten

18.12.2009 to 14.02.2010

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
Zeiträume
Miletus in the Roman Empire and Late Antiquity

06.05.2009 to 21.03.2010

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
The Return of the Gods
Berlin's Hidden Olympus

27.11.2008 to 11.04.2010

No description available

Pergamonmuseum
Dionysus
Metamorphosis and Ecstasy

05.11.2008 to 31.01.2010

Caucasian dragon rug from the 16th century
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Islamische Kunst / Teßmer

Pergamonmuseum
Dream and Trauma
Reopening of the Carpet Rooms in the Museum für Islamische Kunst

Permanent exhibition

Market Gate of Miletus, reconstruction with modern additions, Roman, Trajanic, Miletus, around 100 AD.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung / Johannes Laurentius, CC NC-BY-SA

Pergamonmuseum
Architecture of Antiquity
Market Gate of Miletus

Permanent exhibition

Interactive panel on the history of the game of chess between North Africa and Europe
© Marlene Kettner

Pergamonmuseum
Trans-cultural Relations, Global Biographies – Islamic Art?

Permanent exhibition

Schreitender Löwe von der Prozessionsstraße, Babylon, Zeit König Nebukadnezars II., 604–562 v. Chr.
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Vorderasiatisches Museum / Olaf M. Teßmer

Pergamonmuseum
Ancient Near Eastern Cultures

Permanent exhibition

Façade of the caliph’s palace of Mshatta in the Pergamonmuseum
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / David von Becker

Pergamonmuseum
Islamic Cultures

Permanent exhibition