27 July-27 Jan. The Capitoline Museums examines the most ancient stage in Rome's history: the Roman Kingdom which is traditionally dated from 753 BC with the city's founding, up to the overthrow of the monarchy around 509 BC.
The exhibition contains over 800 artefacts dating from the sixth to the tenth centuries BC, including urns, amphorae, sculptures, skeletal remains and necklaces, as well as decorated fragments from tombs and temples.
The exhibition is divided into eight sections and many of the precious items on display have never been shown to the public as they were kept in storage or discovered recently.
AddressPiazza del Campidoglio, 1, 00186 Roma RM, Italy