Treasury Of Split Cathedral – The treasury contains an exceptionally valuable and precious collection of sacral artworks.On display are objects from the qoldsmith trade from the XIIIth to the XIXth century, paintings on panel from the XIIIth century, mass vestments from the XIVth to the XIXth centuries and famous books from the period between the VIIth and XIth centuries. Of the latter, mention should be made of the Book of gospels (VIth century), the Supetar charater (XIth century) and the Hishria Salonitana by Thomas the Archdeacon from Split (XIIIth century).
The Treasury of Split Cathedral is the most valuable one in Croatia. It has very valuable golden artifacts and other church garments, books and other relics of saints and martyrs. Cathedral treasury contains relics of Saint Duje, which were brought to the cathedral after his death. Among silver items, it is worth to mention the “Madonna with a Child and 11 apostles”, a panel painting from the beginning of the 14th century, which once was a part of altar in the cathedral St. Duje, probably made by Italian masters, but it is also not excluded that the author is some local artist. Other treasures include objects like chalices and reliquaries by goldsmiths from the 13th to the 19th century and mass vestments from the 14th till 19th century. It also contains some valuable books like the Book of gospels from the 6th century, the Supetar cartulary from the 11th century and the Historia Salonitana by Toma the Archdeacon from Split in the 13th century.