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The Museum of Archaeology (, Vadmukhana Konkani Museum) is an archaeology museum in Mangalore, Karnataka, India, containing collections of archaeological and anthropological artifacts. The museum was established in 1953.
A major portion of the collections are of the finds from the archaeological excavations conducted in the Mangalore region in the last century. These include a large number of stone tools, remnants of ancient habitation of the region, stone and bronze objects and small sculptures from the Neolithic and early historic period. The collections from the pre-historic period includes stone tools, pottery, human-made objects, such as the Jamkhandi hoard, and statuettes. The collections also include a number of Indian and foreign numismatic objects.
There is a large collection of bronzes in the Archaeology Museum. This includes the terra cotta objects from the bronze age. The collections of the museum also contain a number of miniature sculptures in bronze and stone. A recently discovered collection is the bronze ornaments from the 16th-17th century. This includes the Trimbakeshwar bronzes from 1563. The museum also houses a large number of anthropological collections, including stone, bone and metal artifacts, from different tribes.
The museum is named after the Telugu writer M. V. Sadasivanna, who was a member of the Archaeological Survey of India, Mangalore, whose works on archaeology in Karnataka were an important reference for archaeologists of the region.
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