Atina in Frosinone Italy

The Museum of Archaeology of Atina

The Museum of Archaeology of Atina was established in 1978 and was originally situated within the town’s Palazzo Ducale.  In the year 2000 the museum was transferred to the first floor of the former school, building founded by Giuseppe Visocchi.  The museum preserves numerous ancient artifacts that have been discovered within the local territory of Atina and the surrounding towns and villages of the Val di Comino.

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy and Library

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy and Library

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy and Library

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo © Philippe Brolet

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Roman Funerary Lion Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Pottery in Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo © Philippe Brolet

Pottery Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Spearhead Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman Statuettes Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman Statuettes Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Metal Exhibits Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Model Samnite Battlefield Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Burial Tomb Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Burial Tomb Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy

photo © Philippe Brolet

Museum-of Archaeology-Atina-Italy

photo – Archivio Biblioteca di Atina

Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Terracotta Pot Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman Epigraph Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Cyclopean Stone Block Archaeological Museum of Atina Italytaly
Roman Epigraph Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman-Epigraph-Museum-of Archaeology-Atina-Italy
Ancient Urn Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman Helmet Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
Roman Armour Museum of Archaeology in Atina Italy
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All other photos I have taken myself –  © Louise Shapcott