Archaeological Museums, State Museum
Viale Lincoln, 3
Quartiere Europa EUR (Roma sud)
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0039 06 54228199
0039 06 54228130
+39 06 54228124 per visite guidate
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday: 9.00 am - 2.00 pm;
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 9.00 am - 7.00 pm;
Closed: Monday, January 1, December 25.
Last admission 1 hour before closing time
Gratuito fino a 18 e oltre 65 anni UE:
The Museum of the Early Middle Ages keeps several archaeological materials that can be dated back between the sixth and thirteenth century AD. A golden fibula found on the Palatine (fourth-sixth century) is a significant finding of the late-ancient period, while funerary trousseaus coming from the Longobard necropolises of Nocera Umbra and Castel Trosino date back to the sixth-seventh century. An excellent example of sculpture of the early Middle Ages by Roman artists is instead represented by the ceramics and the ruins of a marble finishing coming from the Santa Cornelia complex near Rome. A section of the museum exhibits also a collection of (fifth-seventh and ninth-tenth century) fabrics that belonged to funerary trousseaus and religious and parade furnishings of Coptic-Christian Egypt.
Guided tours: Ass. Arteingioco, tel. +39 06 8412312 - Fax +39 06 44261289