National Archaeological Museum Gianfilippo Carrettoni


  • National Archaeological Museum Gianfilippo Carrettoni

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The museum, named after Gianfilippo Carettoni, the archaeologist who carried out excavations in the ancient Casinum, is placed within the Roman city and encompasses ancient environments. The exhibits are housed in three rooms: the prehistoric-protohistoric section, the section dedicated to ceramics and architectural materials, and the one that shows together sculptures and inscriptions. In the Lapidarium, downstairs, the collections of architectural elements and funerary inscriptions from the territory are shown. The museum is located in a vast archaeological area, in which there is still a stretch of Roman paved road, a mausoleum traditionally attributed to the matron Ummidia Quadratilla, an amphitheatre and the theatre from the Augustan age.

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