47826 Verucchio RN
The Verucchio Archaeological Museum displays a wide array of grave goods found in the Early Iron Age (9th to 7th centuries BC) necropoles of Verrucchio, representing the Villanovan civilization in the Romagna area. Thanks to the exceptional nature of the archaeological finds (including wooden furniture, wool textiles, wicker baskets, valuable amber jewel), this unique patrimony makes it possible for several unusual issues to be tackled scientifically.
The exhibition has been designed in order to be accessible to as broad a public as possible, at several levels of detail. Additionally, the museum’s displays are constantly updated in order to reflect the findings from its intensive research and study activities.