The history of its creation begins with a wealthy Indian, Kaily Muncherjee, who, collector of antiques, is a grouping of beautiful objects in the country. He also buys many copies of objects but does not have sufficient knowledge to dissociate them from his real pieces. It is its collection that will provide the reserves of what will become the Aden Museum, built under Britain's protectorate.
In the first part, four rooms exhibit remarkable archaeological exhibits from the South-Arabiques kingdoms of Qataban, Saba, Hadramawt and Awsan. The Maquette model and some of the museum's parts travel with the exhibition "Yemen, the country of the Queen of Saba". A guide provides explanations in English. The second part, located in the adjoining building on the first floor, presents photos of Steamer Point, the model of a sambuk (fishing boat) and the conduct of a marriage. Finally, in the next room, you discover a mafradge, beautiful jewelry, musical instruments and antique clothing.
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