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EWELINA DZIDA, OLIWIA KONOPKA, NATALIA NIEWIADOMSKA How are museums classified in Poland? Here are results of our research. Comenius project: A trip to.

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1 EWELINA DZIDA, OLIWIA KONOPKA, NATALIA NIEWIADOMSKA How are museums classified in Poland? Here are results of our research. Comenius project: A trip to history through museums

2 What is a museum? A museum is an institution 1. which is set up to collect, investigate and look after historic or artistic items /from the Internet/ 2. which is set up to collect works of art from different fields in order to protect, conservation, scientific research and promotion/from Encyklopedia Popularna PWN/ In bigger museums only a small amout of antiques is displayed as permanet or temporary exhibotions, the rest of them is stored in appropriately prepared store rooms.

3 What are museums functions? Protection (collecting, organizing and systemizing of antiques) Education (creating the possibility of communing with antiques as a cognitive and aesthetic experience) Esthetic (developing sensitivity to the beauty of the culture)

4 Types of museums: We devide museums according to: a building, its space, mood and form temple museums ( so called museum – sanctuary) repository museums a type of the exhibit item (functional division) architecture museums archeological museums artistic museums etnograthic museums art museums /galleries Galleries of sculptures Galleries of paintings an owner of a museum (who runs it) museums funded by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage municipal museums district museums county museums province (Voivodeship) museums museums of university

5 Cataloguing card used in National Museum of Szczecin

6 Classification card: Place: National Museum, Szczecin Object: Coin of 20 PLN Department: Numismatics Materials & techniques: Copper - nickel, mint/strike Country, place, workshop: PRL, Warsaw Mint Number of inventory: MZ/1462/MP Value: - Find date & the way of purchase: 1 VII 1999r., Donated by A. Seweryn Date of the fulfilment of the card & the name of the responsible person: 22 X 1999r., Jacek Feduszka, Origin, patricipation in exhibitions: - Bibliography: - J. Parchimowicz, Monety polskie od roku 1916, Szczecin 1996, poz. 248 (The Polish coins from 1916, Szczecin, entry 248) Number of book of receiving: 4738 Height: - Width: 29mm Length: - Format: - Weigth: 10,15 Date of made: 25 VIII 1975r. Number of inventory of plates: - Description, sygnatures, Opis przedmiotu, sygnatury, notes/inscriptions: OBVERSE: national eagle from PRL in the centre, the date on the sides, inscription at the border : The Polish Peaples Republic; on the reverse: the left profile of a womans head, the inscription on the rim: International Year of Women State of conditions: Good Conservatory procedure: - Place of keeping of an object: – Additional data: -

7 Photography

8 Numizmatyka: Zbiory Działu Numizmatyki liczą ponad 30 tys. zabytków pochodzących z czasów starożytnych po najnowsze. Historia gromadzenia publicznych zbiorów numizmatycznych sięga XIX w. i związana jest z muzeami szczecińskimi powstałymi na bazie zainteresowań kolekcjonerskich miłośników i badaczy zachodniopomorskiej historii i starożytności związanych z Towarzystwem Historii i Starożytności Pomorza. Zabytki numizmatyczne pozyskiwano przede wszystkim dzięki odkryciom i znaleziskom.

9 To create this presentation we used the materials and knowledge from a live history lesson, encyclopedia PWN and http://www.muzeum.szczecin.pl/http://www.muzeum.szczecin.pl/

10 Thank you.


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