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
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.