Museum:Museo Epigrafico Romano
address: Viale Enrico De Nicola 79
COOPERATIVA IL SOGNO
Viale Regina Margherita, 192 - 00198 ROMA
Tel. 06/18.104.22.168 Fax 06/22.214.171.124
The epigraphic section of the Museum presents itself today in a new exhibit that will illustrate the emergence and spread of the Latin script, through the display of a rich collection of artefacts identified within the vast collection of the Museum.
The museum's ground floor houses the works displayed in chronological order, upstairs are exposed inscriptions of the imperial proposals to the visitor according to the broad social, administrative and religious.
Among the most significant inscriptions recently discovered is the area of the Meta Sudans in Rome.
In the first floor of the cloister by Michelangelo there is a collection illustrating the early history of the Latin peoples, that is, the formation process of the society within which occurred early development of Rome.
Among the most significant findings, the materials of recent excavations such as those of the OAS and Osteria Castiglione, Gabi, Water Sorrel Laurentina Fidene, etc., whose nature and cultural and historic value are explained through illustrations and computer graphics, plastics and pictures.