Collections OnlineGregorian Etruscan MuseumRoom XIV

Male statue, late 1st century BC, cat. 15055

Head-portrait of the Emperor Trebonianus Gallus, 251-253 AD, cat. 15032

Engraved foot of a folding table, 1st century AD, cat. 12194

Headboard (fulcrum) of a bed, 1st century BC - 1st century AD, cat. 34926

Silver vases with dedication to Apollo from the thermal springs of Vicarello, near Bracciano, late 1st cent. AD, cat. 12131-2, 12134, 12137-8, 12143, 12148

Virtual Visit of this Room

The Antiquarium Romanum was born as the natural result of a stricter sorting and deeper archaeological examination of the numerous objects of the Roman period and from various places that were previously mixed up with the Etruscan and Italic objects of the Gregorian Etruscan Museum. Exhibited here are some fragments of large bronze statues, bronze parts of furnishing and bronzes and silver.