Afrasiabsettlement. X century. Theglaze is transparent, colorless. Underglazepainting, redandblack.The inscription in Kufi handwriting“Blessing”. Repeats 5 times. Clay, fired. Moldingon apottery circle. D. – 37 cm
Samarkand.BC. VI century.Bronze, casting. Height - 24.5 cm.
Kushans. Kanishka. A.D. 1st half of the 2nd century. Gold. Weight - 7.7 g. - 20/23 mm.
According to the scientific archives of the Samarkand Museum a museum was first established in Samarkand in 1874. The Samarkand Museum was developed as one of the largest scientific organizations in Uzbekistan, and on July 21, 1896, the museum was officially opened.