The Archaeological Museum and the “Edilberto Rosa” Picture Gallery
Archaeological Museum and the Art Gallery“ Edilberto Pink” are hosted in Amelia, together with the’ History Archive and the Municipal Library, the premises in’ former College Boccarini originally Franciscan convent of the thirteenth -XIV century cloister with a double gallery built in the sixteenth century.The’ museum exhibition has been hearing from Amelia by pre-Roman times than the full Romanization of the center, up to the stage altomedievale. The più section; ancient houses materials of a’ old pre-Roman necropolis , found out recently Porta Romana. The first uses of the necropolis dating back to the fourth century B.C. .: returned rich grave goods, with the presence of gold jewelery, coins and other precious materials that indicate the presence of trades that put in touch the Umbrian Ameria with the Greek world. The most ugrave` It returned rich layers of grave goods from the fourth century to the first century BC and an abundance of mirrors and bronze vessels for the banquet. In the skeleton necropolis it was also discovered a dog, buried next to the grave of a child. Very interestingè the bronze statue of the Roman general Nero Claudius Drusus, said German , found in 1963. High più two meters,è armed and covered by a richly decorated armor. The Amelia bronze was probably placed in the   campus, the cityà Roman, l’ area devoted to physical and military exercises of youthù local. Along with the statue emerged a large number of kits, capitals, trophies and an altar. A’ multimedia installation “ does mention "the statue of the general Germanicus.