The beautiful Greek bronze of a dancing satyr, fished from the sea off Sicily in 1998, is on show at the Capitoline Museums until 7 July after a successful spell at Palazzo Montecitorio. Dated 3rd-2nd century BC, it took four years of careful work to restore the bronze to its original beauty. In July it will be returned to a purpose-built museum in Mazara del Vallo, where it was discovered. Capitoline Museums, Piazza del Campidoglio, tel. 0639967800. 09.00-20.00. Mon closed.
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