Priverno. Archaeological Museum

Priverno. Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Priverno is located in the main square in the Palazzo Valeriani Guarini in medieval layout and decorated in Art Nouveau style.
The museum is dedicated to the ancient Privernum, and consists of 12 rooms in which it traces the history from the Volscian Camilla Queen and of which you can admire the remains found in the archaeological area.

One room is dedicated to the beautiful statues that adorned the theatre and one to the status of women in the Roman period.
In the central hall is displayed a mosaic floor called ‘Domus della Soglia Nilotica’, which shows a landscape on the Nile.

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