Dacia: The Last Frontier of the Roman World runs until 21 April.
The Museo Nazionale Romano at the Baths of Diocletian presents the largest and most prestigious exhibition of archaeological finds organised by Romania abroad in recent decades.
The exhibit traces the historical and cultural development of the Romanian territory from the eighth century BC to the eighth century AD, highlighting the legacy of various civilisations, including the Romans.
On display are around 1,000 objects from 47 Romanian museums, as well as from the National Museum of History in the Republic of Moldova, exhibited for the first time alongside artefacts from the National Roman Museum.
Apre il 21 novembre, presso le Terme di Diocleziano @MNR_museo, la mostra “Dacia. L’ultima frontiera della Romanità”, una grande esposizione di reperti dalla Romania che ripercorre lo sviluppo culturale del proprio territorio nell’arco di oltre 1500 anni https://t.co/CNw6QZVB3t pic.twitter.com/DjrhxQhh8k— museitaliani (@museitaliani) November 20, 2023
Highlights include the second-century AD marble statue of the snake god Glycon; the Thracian Golden Helmet of Coțofenești, the bronze Celtic helmet from Ciumeşti; and the Pietroasele Treasure from the fourth century AD.
For full exhibition details and visiting information see Museo Nazionale Romano website.
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