Tolentino - Civic Archaeological Museum

The Civic Archaeological Museum owes its name to Count Aristide Gentiloni Silverj (1884-1937), a scholar who carried out archaeological excavations in Tolentino between 1879 and 1883. It was possible, as a result of his documentary evidence and archive data, to classify the finds with their relative topographic references. The museum can be divided into two different sections: the first displays prehistoric and pre-Roman finds from the surrounding area and from the Piceni necropoles of the Tolentino's site. Among these are bronze and lithic finds from the period between the Paleolithic and Bronze Ages and material discovered in the local necropoles. The second section is dedicated to finds from the Roman, late-antique and middle ages.

The Attractions of Tolentino

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Itineraries to visit Tolentino

Discover the itinerary Thermal and Spa Centres Itineraries

Thermal and Spa Centres Itineraries

Discover the Marche Spa Centres for a relaxing holiday.

Wellness   4 days

Discover the itinerary Via Lauretana

Via Lauretana

A Holy and cultural itinerary along the Via Lauretana

Art and Culture   Spirituality and Meditation   2 days

Discover the itinerary Monasticism in The Marche: the abbeys

Monasticism in The Marche: the abbeys

A journey between knowledge and meditation

Spirituality and Meditation   5 days