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Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca "Edilberto Rosa". Amelia (TR)

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The collections of the Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca “Edilberto Rosa” are hosted inside the former Boccarini College, which was originally a 13 -14 century Franciscan convent, endowed with its own double cloister and loggias realized in the 16 century. Organized following a thematic progression, inside the three floors of the complex, the display is the fruit of an integral reorganization of the historical-artistic archaeological material of the area. The archaeological section, which consists of manufactured articles mainly coming from the excavation sites of the area, provides a chronological panoramic overview of the history of Amelia, from the pre-Roman period to that of the complete Romanization of the center, up to the Early Middle Ages. The bronze statue of the Roman General Nero Claudius Drusus, called Germanicus, armored and covered by an anatomic lorica that is richly decorated in low relief and is 2,15 meters high, is remarkably interesting. Several epigraphs contribute [...]