Piazzale Villa Giulia, 9 - Tel.063201951
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This Etruscan  museum is worldwide known becouse of the incredible amount of famous finds.

In chronological order:

Villanovan age 
The bronze cinerary urns from Vulci, the bronze outfit of the AA1 tomb from Veio, the famous little bronze statue from Vulci.

Oriental age
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old, silver, bronze and ivory outfits from Preneste; vases from Vuci and Tarquinia; the first Etruscan-Corinthian vases.

Archaic age
Sarcophagus named "degli Sposi" (The sposes), from Caere; refined bronze and gold outfits; the exceptional statue of Apollo coming from the temple of Portonaccio in Veio; terracotta from the temples “Sassi Caduti” in Falerii and  “Mater Matuta” in Satrico.

V century  b.C.
High reliefs from the A temple in Pyrgi, gold lamina with Etruscan and Phoenician inscriptions; portraits: Testa Malavolta from Veio and Zeus from Falerii.

Classical age
Portrait of a goddess from  Pyrgi, ceramics from Falerii, high relief from the shrine of Scasato, statue from the shrine of Celle.

Decline of the Etruscan culture
Sarcophagus, red ceramics named "corallina" .

The guided tour follows a topographic method:

  • Room I: Vulci

  • Room II: Vulci

  • Room III: Vulci

  • Room IV: Vulci

  • Room V: Bisanzio

  • Room VI: Veio

  • Room VII: Cerveteri

  • Room VIII: Cerveteri 

  • Room IX: Cerveteri

  • Rooms from X to XVII: bronze finds and ceramics

  • Rooms from XVIII to XXIII: ceramics from the Augusto Castellani collection

  • Room XXIV: cineray urns, sarcophagus

  • Room XXV: bronze shields 

  • Room XXVI: Falerii Veteres

  • Room XXVII: Falerii Veteres

  • Room XXVIII: Falerii Veteres

  • Room XXIX: temples of Falerii Veteres

  • Room XXX: Nemi

  • Room XXXI: finds from Colli Albani

  • Room XXXII: Satricum

  • Room XXXIII: outfits of Barberini and Bernardini tombs

  • Sala XXXIV: jeweleries of  III century b.C.

 

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