The national museum in Tbilisi has put on display some archaeological treasures dating back to the third century BC.
All the items were uncovered on the territory where, ‘Mits keda’, Georgia’s ancient capital once stood. The city represents one of the richest archaeological sites in Georgia.
Around 300 pieces of jewelry, silver and gold adornments, glass objects and coins are on display. They were buried in the graves and tombs of people from different social classes. Organizers say the objects represent the period when Georgia became unified.