The Archaeological Museum of Sarsina is an Italian excellence. On display are a variety of exhibits from local dating to Roman times. This large amount of testimonials gives you an overview of the ancient city of Sarsina, the famous Latin playwright Plautus.
In its infancy, in 1890, the Museum served as a collection point, later they were also materials from the necropolis of Pian di Bezzo. In 1957 he was the acquisition of the City of Sarsina and the archaeological Superintendence collaborated to give a new life to the structure. This is where you can expand the space available, and then recompose those funerary monuments which until then were divided.
Of the exhibits are of overriding of some statues of Eastern deities and polychrome mosaic floors majestic known as “Il Trionfo di Dionisio”. Cetrania Severina – Cetrania Severina – Cetrania Severina A.D. Very important are the testimonies of several religious denominations, in the city and linked to the Greek gods, the italic-Roman tradition and to the East. Sarsina (IV-II centuries BC) Continuing within the halls of the Museum, with a reconstruction of the classic tomb at “cappuccina”, funerary structure prevalent during the Imperial period. Other everyday materials and furnishings.