Baths of Diocletian hosts L’istante e l’eternità. Tra noi e gli antichi from 4 May until 30 July.
An ancient ceremonial carriage discovered at Civita Giuliana near Pompeii is one of the star attractions in a major new exhibition at the National Museum of Rome - Baths of Diocletian.
The newly-restored chariot, believed to have been used in ceremonies such as weddings, is among 300 Roman, Greek and Etruscan artefacts included in the exhibition which runs from 4 May until 30 July.
Many of the works are on display for the first time, including the Civita Giuliana chariot and the newly-unearthed statue of Hercules from the Appia Antica Archaeological Park in Rome.
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Italy displays Pompeii chariot in Rome exhibition
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