Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum

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Alternative names: Ferdinandeum, Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum
Type: regional history, archaeology, prehistory, ancient history, fine arts

Address: Museumstraße 15
6020 Innsbruck
Tirol, Austria

Objects hosted: BZ-1 potsherd (12.629), BZ-2 axe (1.684), BZ-3 simpulum (115), BZ-7 cist (2.729), BZ-8 situla (2.717), BZ-10 slab (8.636), BZ-15 antler (17.611), BZ-16 chisel (15.040), BZ-19 sickle (17.322), BZ-20 potsherd (1.297), BZ-21 potsherd (1.298), BZ-22 potsherd (15.550), BZ-23 potsherd (2.574), IT-3 potsherd (18.22 H 659), NO-2 strainer (17.064), NO-8 fragment (9.228), NO-9 fibula (14.171), NO-11 bronze (1.086), NO-14 potsherd (16.872), SZ-17 handle (13.379), SZ-18 key (13.464), SZ-19 handle (13.126), SZ-20 bronze (13.674), SZ-22 antler (13.454), SZ-23 antler (13.453), SZ-25 gouge (12.575b), SZ-26 gouge (12.575a), SZ-27 potsherd (11.965), SZ-28 bowl (11.940), SZ-29 bowl (11.947), SZ-30 situla (none), SZ-32 antler (13.443), SZ-33 hoe (12.328), SZ-34 antler (13.442), SZ-35 handle (13.438), SZ-36 situla (13.593), SZ-37 handle (13.407), SZ-42 handle (13.228), SZ-43 chisel (13.530), SZ-44 scythe ring (12.100a), SZ-45 scythe ring (12.100b), SZ-46 scythe ring (12.334a), SZ-47 scythe ring (12.016), SZ-48 bone (13.768), SZ-49 tusk (13.006b), SZ-50 chisel (12.175), SZ-51 knife (12.349), SZ-52 bowl (11.944), SZ-54 bowl (11.949), SZ-55 potsherd (11.951), SZ-56 bowl (11.939), SZ-57 bowl (11.936), SZ-58 bowl (11.942), SZ-59 bowl (11.943), SZ-60 bowl (11.937), SZ-61 bowl (11.935), SZ-62 axe (12.093b), SZ-63 antler (13.533), SZ-65 simpulum (13.813), SZ-67 handle (13.546), SZ-68 knife (7228), SZ-69 potsherd (12.598), SZ-71 statuette (18.601), SZ-72 scythe ring (12.334b), SZ-73 helmet (16.084), SZ-74 scythe (12.233), SZ-75 handle (12.966), SZ-76 axe (12.481), SZ-77 axe (12.438), SZ-78 ladle (12.544), SZ-79 chisel (13.350), SZ-80 knife (12.348), SZ-81 axe (12.191), SZ-82 cist (16.083), SZ-83 bowl (11.946), SZ-84 potsherd (11.995a), SZ-85 bowl (none), SZ-86 potsherd (12.606), WE-1 handle (2.276), WE-5 potsherd (11.554), WE-6 potsherd (11.556), WE-7 potsherd (11.562)


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Further objects hosted in the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum

Above (cp. Objects hosted) are indicated all objects preserved in the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum with an inscription and/or characters listed with a siglum in the Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum.
In addition there are several objects with characters and/or incisions which are indicated in the references as inscription and/or signs with an alphabetical character. After the autopsy of the regarding objects and because of the doubtful status concerning the characters they were excluded from the main sigla system. But due to the fact that in the references they were considered to be inscribed they are listed with the siglum EX(cluded) in the Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum.
Related to the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum the following objects belong to this group:
EX-1: knife, Inv. No. 12.578; EX-2: hoe, Inv. No. 12.571; EX-3: knife, Inv. No. 12.302; EX-4: axe, Inv. No. 12.580; EX-5: spear butt, Inv. No. 12.390; EX-6: chisel, Inv. No. 12.453; EX-7: fragment (fragments of a bronze vessel), Inv. No. 13.225a; EX-8: handle (of a bronze vessel), Inv No. 13.475; EX-9: gouge, Inv. No. 12.537; EX-10: chisel, Inv. No. 12.418; EX-11: handle (of a bronze vessel), Inv No. 12.871; EX-12: hoe, Inv. No. 12.541a; EX-13: key, Inv. No. 12.354a, EX-81 potsherd (collective siglum for different ceramic fragments from the Raetic settlement Himmelreich, Inv. No. 18.228/H 477, H 505, H 557, H618–H661. Note: The collective siglum EX-81 is divided into two groups: The first group of the different ceramic fragments coming from the Himmelreich is preserved in the Museum Wattens, a second group is kept in the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum.
For further information concerning the EX-siglum system as well as detailed indications concerning the above-mentioned objects cp. here.