National Museum of Azerbaijani Literature named after Nizami Ganjavi of ANAS permanently publishes “Quintuple” (“Risale” (Treatise)– Collection of Researches, “Gaynag” (Source)- Collection of Sources, “Khazina” (Treasury)- Collection of cataloques, “Majlis”(Ceremony) – Collection of ceremonies). One of these collections is “Sharg” (The East)– Collection of translations. The editor of the collection is academician Rafael Huseynov. One of these collections is “Gaynag” (Source)- Collection of Sources (lithography, manuscripts, sound recording collections). “Gaynag” (Source) is about archeological materials demonstrated in the exposition and preserved in the Museum funds. This issue of “Gaynag” (Source) is titled as “Beauty from the bowels of the earth” (archeological finds of the Museum of Azerbaijan Literature). The authors are Rafael Huseynov and Abbas Seidov. Editor of the book ids academician Rasim Efendiyev.
The first chapter of the collection “In the wake of underground museums’ treasures” begins with the information about literature, art and culture.
The second chapter of the collection was entitled “Review on history of study of archeological materials reposited in the National Museum of Azerbaijan Literature named after Nizami Ganjavi ”. Here it is a matter of study of ancient and Medieval culture, which consists of three stages and it can be concrete information for archeologists and investigators of Azerbaijan.
The third chapter “Literary-cultural examples found out of in the Medieval Azerbaijani cities” gives informations about history of such Medieval Azerbaijani cities as Ganja, Nakhchivan, Shabran, Barda , Beylagan and examples of material culture kept in the Museum.
The fourth chapter “Analysis of architectural materials” which states about various pieces preserved in the museum funds and exposition.
Most part of the collection is included the “Atlas of material-cultural examples reposited in the funds and demonstrated in the exposition of National Museum of Azerbaijan Literature named after Nizami Ganjavi”. Here it is informed about 808 examples of pieces which are considered the main chapter of the third issue of the collection.