Middle Ages

The collection of early medieval and medieval artefacts is to a significant extent the result of numerous excavations carried out in necropolises, places of worship, settlements, hill forts and towns in Western Pomerania. The range of artefacts is very wide. The so called hacksilver, collective finds of deliberately cut silver items (ornaments and coins), weighing up to a few kilograms is a precious part of early medieval collection. A bronze Romanesque bowl discovered near Nowe Objezierze, decorated inside with images of crowned figures and scenes referring to the myth of Hercules is a unique find.