The museum is located in the town hall building and is dedicated to Hernia and Roman civilization. One of the most interesting pieces in Veroli’s history is a Latin epigraph reminiscent of Gracco, prefect of the smiths, and one that recalls the duumviro Lucio Alfio, which was part of a monument from 197 AD.
Many exhibits have been donated by citizens or come from the various works of arrangement of the cryptoporticus under the palace, a network of passages dated between the I-II century BC under the central square that connect the main buildings of Roman time. The findings then start from the Roman Republican era and arrive at the medieval one.
A portion of polygonal walls, a reproduction of the Roman calendar, Fasti Verulani, and a collection of precious ceramics complete the museum’s collection.

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