Museo Archeologico Nazionale del Melfese Massimo Pallottino, Melfi
(4.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Museo Archeologico Nazionale del Melfese Massimo Pallottino is located in Melfi. Using our custom trip planner, Melfi attractions like Museo Archeologico Nazionale del Melfese Massimo Pallottino can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The Museo Nazionale del Melfese is arranged in the Norman-Swabian Castle of Melfi. Has numerous archaeological finds relating to the indigenous people of prehistory, dauno, Samnite, Roman, Byzantine and Norman. The most important exhibit of the Museum is the sarcophagus of Rapolla, from Asia minor, dating from the second century a.d. and excavated in the mid-1800s. Among the precious items of the Museum there are the ambre spread from the 7th century b.c. To visit along with the whole Castle.
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  • A mirror of the lucanian peoples, their customs and beliefs, with an exposition in showcases accompanied by descriptive panels. Interesting, but not too much
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  • The Museum is located in the castle of Melfi. Consists of a room, where there is a marble sarcophagus depicting aloft a woman, and two floors containing remains of excavations of tombs: vases and various items. The admission price is 2.50 euros.
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