THE PROVINCIAL MUSEUM OF CAMPANIA CAPUA - ITALY
Provincia di caserta
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Archaeological Section
Mommsen Lapidary (Room I)
Sculptures (Room II)
Courtyard 1 - Courtyard 2
Sarcophagi (Rooms III-IV)
The Mothers (Rooms V-VI-VII-VIII-IX)
Mosaics (Room X)
Pots and Bronze Objects (Rooms XI-XII-XIII-XV)
Votive terracotta (Rooms XVI-XVII-XVIII-XIX)
Coin collection (Room XX-XXI)
Architectonic terracotta (Room XXII-XXIII)
Medieval Section
Romanesque Marble, Capitals, Small pillars (Room XXIV-XXV)
Frederick II sculptures (Room XXVI)
Renaissance sculptures (Room XXVII)
Art gallery (Room XXVIII)
Auditorium (Room XXIX)
Lombardic, Angevin, Aragonese Inscriptions (Room XXX)
Sculptures of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries (Room XXXI)
Coats of arms (Room XXXII)
Medieval Ceramics
The Martucci Room
The Uccella-Martucci Room
Library
Library
  
   
The Provincial Museum of Campania in Capua, which was founded in 1870 by the Priest Gabriele Iannelli and inaugurated in 1874 with an admirable speech by the abbot Luigi Tosti, is the property of the Provincial Administration of Caserta. Amedeo Maiuri defined it as "The most significant museum of ancient Italian civilisation in Campania", region to which Capua gave its name.
The museum is situated in the historical Antignano building, whose foundations go back to the 9th century and incorporate the ruins of San Lorenzo ad Crucem, a church which stems from the Lombardic age and which can be found on the site of one of the three Noble Seats of the city. (...more...)
The only collection in the world
The only collection in the world
The only collection in the world
Initiatives and activities
Initiatives and activities
Initiatives and activities
Useful visitors information
Useful visitors information
Useful visitors information
The Antignano building
The Antignano building
The Antignano building
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