Archaeological objects that testify to the continuous period of life in today's territory of the city, starting from the middle and late Neolithic period, around 5,300 BC, until the arrival of the Romans at the beginning of the first century AD are kept in this department. More than 10,000 objects made of pottery, bone, metal and, speak of material and spiritual culture of the man of that time.


Banjica, Usek
5th millenium BC


Karaburma, Belgrade
late 3rd-early 2nd centuries BC


Zemun, Šljunkara
9th-8th centuries BC

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