(Italiano) SITO PALEOLITICO ATELLA

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(Italiano) PITTURE RUPESTRI “RIPARO RANALDI” FILIANO

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(Italiano) L’ARCHEOPARCO DEL BASILEUS

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(Italiano) SITO ARCHEOLOGICO MONTE TORRETTA

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(Italiano) VILLA ROMANA DI BARRICELLE

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Museo delle Antiche Genti di Lucania and the sites of Serra and Rossano

By enhancing local resources, following a more innovative concept of local museum, the Museum of the Ancient People of Lucania in Vaglio Basilicata exhibits evocative virtual reconstructions of the main archaeological sites scattered around the…

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Area archeologica di San Giovanni di Ruoti. Le ville di età romana e tardo antica

Tra il 1977 e il 1984, gli archeologi canadesi, sotto la direzione dei professori Alastair M. Small e Robert J. Buck, dell’University of Alberta, hanno condotto le ricerche archeologiche nell’area di San Giovanni di Ruoti, già segnalata da Gerardo…

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The national archaeological museum of Basilicata “Dinu Adamesteanu”

Since 2005, the prestigious Palazzo Loffredo, in the heart of Potenza historic centre, has housed the national archaeological museum of Basilicata, named after Dinu Adamesteanu, the Romanian archaeologist who was the first head of the…

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Archaeology in Basilicata

With its rivers, which traverse it from the sea to the most hidden heart of its lands, and its nature, at times generous and at times severe, Basilicata has welcomed peoples, seen the rise and fall of civilisations, undergone invasions and given…

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Il Museo Archeologico Nazionale “Domenico Ridola”

The National Archaeological Museum “Domenico Ridola”

The history of mankind in Matera’s surroundings is exhibited at the national archaeological museum, the oldest museum in Basilicata, established in 1911 byDomenico Ridola, a physician with a keen interest in archaeological research. The rich…

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The Provincial Archaeological Museum of Potenza

The museo archeologico provinciale (provincial archaeological museum) of Potenza retains the historical memory of the area and guides visitors through thediscovery of the uses, cults and traditions of the peoples who had settled in Basilicata,…

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The National Archaeological Museum of Bernalda-Metaponto

The Museo Archeologico Nazionale (National Archaeological Museum) of Metaponto is one of the most authoritative records of the ancient Magna Graecia culture and history. Its large exhibition venues boast over two thousand finds from excavations…

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The National Museum of the Siritide of Policoro

The National Museum of the Siritide of Policoro displays documents from the prehistoric and medieval ages and traces of the ancient Greek culture and the gradual hellenisation of the hinterland. Large display cabinets hold many finds discovered…

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NationalArchaeological Museum of Alta Val D’Agri and the Archaeological Area of ​​Grumentum

In his "History of Basilicata", Tommaso Pedio writes that "the most illustrious city in Roman Lucania is Grumentum". Located along the Via Erculea, Grumento was home to Bindaice, Ocilo and Ocello, all students of Pythagoras, and the summer residence…

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The National Archaeological Museum of Venosa

The national archaeological museum of Venosa is contiguous to the walls of the Aragonese castle, commissioned by Pirro del Balzo in 1470. Inaugurated in 1991, the museum itinerary includes five sections ranging from prehistoric and pre-Roman…

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The National Archaeological Museum of Muro Lucano

Built in 2003 within the former Bishop’s seminary, the National Archaeological Museum of Muro Lucano constitutes a single monumental complex with the Cathedral, the bishop’s palace, the curia and the nearby castle. An exhibition venue of a…

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The National Archaeological Museum of Melfi “Massimo Pallottino”

The National Archaeological Museum of Melfi, enclosed within the Norman Swabian Castle of the village, narrates the story of the people who had lived in the Melfi area. The classical section goes from the 4th-3rd century BC, the Roman period…

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Palazzo Ducale of Tricarico

Since March 2001, the halls of the Palazzo Ducale of Tricarico (ducal palace) have housed a significant collection of archaeological finds that testify to the important role as a strategic point in the road system, played by the Medio Basento…

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Operative Centre of Maratea

The Centre, a branch of the Office for the Protection of Architectural, Natural and Artistic and Heritages of Basilicata, organises cultural events and exhibitions in the “Garden of the Arts” of the Convento dei Cappuccini. It also carries out…

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