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Museo archeologico nazionale e teatro romano. Spoleto (PG)

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The Museo Archeologico Statale di Spoleto is located in the former Monastery of Sant’Agata, in the historical city centre of Spoleto, in the southern block of houses formed by the crossing of the modern road of Via Monterone and Via Sant’Agata, where the ancient Roman Theater used to be. The religious edifice, once a Monastery dedicated to St Agatha, was built at the end of the 14th century over the remnants of a Roman Theatre—dated 1st century B.C.—dramatically changing the scenic setting. Inaugurated in 1985, the museum stretches over several floors, adapting its display to the architecture of the historical edifice. A new design of organic renovation of the old display has been foreseen; and a first section, of this new future setting, was already completed in 2008. Through the archaeological finds that also come from more recent research, the early human presence where the Rocca—medieval fortress—stands and in the area of the town historical center—dating from the Bronze Age and from the period when the Umbrian settlement developed—is documented [...]