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The museum is located in Palazzo Chigi, and collects its materials from the territory of the municipality in a period from the ninth century BC to the fifteenth century AD. Among the materials exhibited is a bronze basin of the late seventh century BC and two statues in white marble, without heads, depicting a male figure with the drapery around the hips (the emperor) and a Priapus (fertility god) in women’s clothes (the Maripara). These sculptures were on display at the entrance to the fortified village.