Pesaro - Bilingual Etruscan and Latin inscription from the Augustan period


The bilingual Etruscan and Latin inscription from the Augustan period is preserved at the Oliveriano Archaelogical Museum of Pesaro. The inscription was found in 1523 at the end of the Branca Street, not far from the ancient Porta Curina. The museum worths a visit for its important archaeological heritage. The marble windrose or amenoscope is a unique monument, found in Rome in 1759 near Porta Capena on the Appian way and hidden for a long period in a warehouse of the Almerici Palace; there are also some bas-reliefs made of glass paste, the most important of which shows Mithra divinity; three sandstone stelas, the first one was found at Saint Nicholas of Valmanente in 1860, the second one near Novilara in 1866, and the last one in the necropolis in 1892. They date back to the period between the VIII and VI centuries B.C..


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