There are two museums in Mardin worth visiting. The Mardin museum is the more interesting one and contains a collection of artifacts from nearby sites, from the Chalcolithic period onwards. The Sakıp Sabancı City museum contains mostly some images of the city and other artifacts showing how Mardin was in the past.
01 Syriac tombstone 02 Pot 03 Female-shaped stand 04 Lion relief 05 Tomb inscription
06 Necked amphora 07 Gravestone of husband and wife 08 Gravestone of a warrior 09 Cuneiform tablet 10 Cuneiform tablet 11 Cuneiform tablet
12 Ancient Roman coin 13 Hellenistic period coin 14 Byzantine period coin 15 Byzantine period coin
16 Byzantine period coin 17 Coin of Mosul princedom 18 Coin of Mosul princedom 19 Coin of Mosul princedom
20 Coin of Mosul princedom 21 Death cult statue 22 Death cult statue 23 Nomadic gravestones 24 Nomadic gravestone 25 Nomadic gravestone
26 Urartian armory plate and votive plaques 27 Stone idol 28 Islamic tombstone 29 Armenian tombstone 30 Sakip Sabanci city museum
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