Soprintendenza Archeologia dell'Emilia-Romagna
Superintendence to Archaeological properties of Emilia-Romagna
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The Etruscan town and the National Etruscan Museum of Marzabotto (Bologna)

The Roman Villa archaeological complex of Russi (Ravenna)

The Archaeological Site of Veleia

The Roman town of Mevaniola in Pianetto near Galeata (Forlì-Cesena)

Discovering Claterna: long-term research project aims at bringing to light the ancient roman town

The Baths of the Theodoric's villa in Galeata (Forlì-Cesena)

The St. Andrea Neolithic Village and tre Archaeological Museum in Travo (Piacenza)

The MUV, Museum of the Villanovan culture in Castenaso (Bologna)

National Archaeological Museum of Parma
The Egyptian collection
The Veleia's rooms

National Archaeological Museum of Ferrara

National Archaeological Museum of Sarsina (Forlì-Cesena)

 

Findings and exhibitions
 

Bologna. The excavations in Via Sante Vincenzi (pdf, 485kb)

Rimini. From the origins to the Palazzo Ghetti - 25 centuries of history

Montecchio Emilia (central-northern Italy). The Gold Cup of Montecchio Emilia: a princely Treasure from 3,800 years ago

Modena (central-northern Italy) Couple Held Hands for 1,500 Years

New impressive discovery in Roccapelago, Modena. Pyramid of Corpses found in the crypt of the church of St. Paul

Exhibition "The Colors of Montefiore’s Fortress", near Rimini (2009-2011)

New brand discovery in Reggio Emilia. Pagan Cult Mosaic Found Under Cathedral (2009)

Ancient Roman Oil Lamp Factory Found in Modena (2008)

The Surgeon’s House and the Piazza Ferrari Excavations in Rimini

Exhibition "Mors Inmatura. The Fadienis and their necropolis", in Gambulaga near Portomaggiore (Ferrara)

The excavation campaign in Verucchio's Necropolis near Rimini (July 2006)

Ancient roman navy soldier surfaces: Ravenna Classe site yields his first-ever image of imperial officer (September 2005)