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This section of the museum was restored and opened to the public in 1999. It houses a collection of the discoveries found in the area, starting in the 1930?s and ending with the latest digs which were carried out in the 1990’s at the Monte San Savino site. In addition to the pottery artefacts there is the Fiordimonte inscription , which was at first identified as written by the Senoni and therefore, one of the oldest and rarest celtic stone inscriptions in Italy ( other historians maintain that it is of medieval origin ). Also on display are a bead made of yellow glass with the remains of two male bearded faces ( of Phoenecian-Punic origin), a female head of clay, probably an architectural fragment which dates from the middle Italic period in the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC, a clay sheet with raised decoration that was also probably an architectural feature – indicating a highly romanised area.




Iscrizione di Fiordimonte

The archaeological section entitled ‘Valerio Cianfarani’ in the Raffaele Campelli town hall museum


Testina femminile


Vago di collana in pasta vitrea


Sala interna sezione archeologica ‘V. Cianfarani’

The archaeological site at Monte San Savino

One theory about the layout of the settlement at San Savino, which was at its height between the last half of the 4th and the first half of the 3rd centuries BC, presupposes a functional division between the various areas; living, working, cult and burial. The local farmers in the 19th century found shards of coloured pottery which gave rise to numerous legends about the existence of a treasure protected by strange figures.

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