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Museo Archeologico Sarsinate, Sarsina
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Semplicemente un gioiello in tutti i sensi, esposizione piacevole e razionale anche dal punto di vista didattico , con reperti di assoluto valore storico archeologico . Ottimo e completo il sito per u... read more »Just a gem in every sense, nice display and rational from the point of view of educational, historical and archeological finds of great value. Very good and complete site for information and a virtual tour. ticket 3 euro.show original
Il museo archeologico di Sarsina è incentrato su ciò che l'epoca romana ha lasciato alla cittadina e ai dintorni. Dalla biglietteria si prende la porta a destra e ci si immerge in iscrizioni, lapidi s... read more »The Archaeological Museum of Sarsina is focused on what the Roman left the town and its surroundings. From the Ticket Office takes the right door and you dive in inscriptions, tombstones and funerary stele (all dated mostly from the 1st to 3rd century AD), with numerous illustrative panels bearing texts to read. The path then leads to some testimonies of Roman civilization especially spectacular: before you meet the enormous tomb of Verginius Paetus, then, in the next room, dominates another grandiose funerary monument, now referred to as Rufus. More than 13 meters, originates from the necropolis of Pian di Bezzo, in the immediate surroundings of Sarsina. In the same room, even the great mosaic of Dionysus on a chariot drawn by tigers. It is worth dwelling a little observing these works, thanking the fate to have preserved. It continues in the path seeing many other artifacts, mostly dating back to the 1st BC to III d.C. finished the floor back to the entrance and first floor rooms. First you enter the right room, dedicated to the pre. Here the territory the Treaty broadens the whole valley of Savio, while the ages covered start Upper Paleolithic coming until around the 3rd century BC, when the Roman presence was consolidated. We then move on to the Hall where introduces the necropoli di Pian di Bezzo, with descriptions of each of the tombs contained both General and discoveries. Then the argument becomes residential construction of Sarsina romana. In the last room instead describes how and what you ate at that time. In conclusion, this is a museum that features some truly remarkable finds, documenting different aspects of Roman civilization and, through the monuments and inscriptions and funeral, shows us how human pain over the loss of loved ones speak clearly even after so many centuries. My visit lasted just over two hours, giving up however to read this entire texts of several panels. For the visitor this is a Museum, but that absolutely this commitment is worth it: the ancient Romans are able really to impress, and those of them who populated Sarsina were quite up.show original
Bella Italia, sempre piena di sorprese... Sono un appassionato di storia, e questa è una collezione degna di un museo romano de Roma. Non credo rimarrete delusi, la tomba mausoleo e mille altri pezzi ... read more »Beautiful Italy, always full of surprises ... I'm a history buff, and this is a collection worthy of a Museum John Daly. I don't think you will be disappointed, the grave mausoleum and a thousand other pieces are rare. Get the full tour: Museum, basilica, excavations, caterer, check out the reviewsshow original
Bellissimo, pieno di reperti di altissimo valore
Claudio SuzziPath, construction of the halls, where there are some really great finds, and exhaustive information panels make this Museum a jewel to be discovered especially for Rahman. You have to push harder on social to be known ...show original
Giampaolo BernabiniAt right is recognized by MiBACT one of the most interesting archaeological museums of Northern Italy. Not to be missed!show original
Daniela UPerhaps unfairly, little known or not considered. For the mosaics and the monumental tombs. To visit absolutely!show original
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