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Museo archeologico - CAOS (CENTRO ARTI OPIFICIO SIRI). Terni (TR)

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The Museo Archeologico, CAOS—acronym of Centro Arti Opificio SIRI—is located in Terni. It is in the same premises where the Museo D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea “Aurelio De Felice”, an experimental theater, a cafeteria, a bookshop and some didactic laboratories are also housed. The Museum is arranged in the spaces on the ground floor of the former SIRI—acronym for Società Italiana Ricerche Industriali—factory. The location of the Museum represents an excellent example of reuse of an industrial area in disuse. Aspects of the life and the evolution of Terni, or Interamna—meaning ‘the town between two rivers inhabited by the Nahartes’, the Umbrian population that occupied the plain between the rivers Nera, or Nahar, and the Serra dating back to prehistory—are illustrated through the finds exhibited. In particular, concerning the Archaeological Museum, the itinerary inaugurated in 2004 stretches over 17 rooms, and is subdivided into two sections: one dedicated to Pre-Roman history, the other to Roman history [...]