Piazza Duomo a Prato

Archeology Museum

Located at the Villa La Ferdinanda


Prato's Archeological Museum opened in 1983. Artifacts from local excavations ranging from neolithic finds to rare Etruscan objects from the Etruscan settlement at Artimino and Boschetti and Montefortini tombs at Comeana.

Included amongst the artifacts are a 4th-century BCE krater vase; bone and ivory pieces covered in bronze laminate; a 7th-century BCE thurible in bucchero; sculpture fragments and coins.

Two rooms at the museum are dedicated to Medieval and Renaissance ceramics from Baccheretto.

Source: Prato APT 

Contact: po-net.prato.it

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