From November 8, the History Museum of Armenia will open a temporary exhibition “Lchashen: Submerged Treasury.”
Lchashen is one of the regularly and long-researched archaeological monuments of Armenia and the adjacent territories, with the first excavations being carried out in 1866 and continuing to this day.
In the temporary exhibition “Lchashen: Submerged Treasury,” a large part of the rich collection of archaeological monuments, which were discovered in 1956-1975 in the fortress of Lchashen, as well as in the first, second, and third trenches of the burial ground, will be displayed for the first time.
Special attention was paid to the presentation of archaeological means of social stratification in the Late Bronze Age community of Lchashen: symbols of power, wheeled vehicles, etc.