The Provincial Archaeological Museum Francesco Ribezzo Brindisi is located in the historic center of the city, in Piazza Duomo. The museum takes its name from archaeologist Francesco Ribezzo and was opened in 1958. The exhibition is divided into several thematic sections: antiquarian, epigraphic and statuary, from prehistory to the Messapi, the Roman Brindisi and underwater archeology. Among the exhibits are found lamps, glass, coins, bronzes, ceramics, terracotta votive, coins and antefixes. Of great value are certainly sections from prehistory to the Roman Brindisi including various exhibits style and eras. Among the most important findings we mention the vessels to trozzplla messianic, the laminated aurea, the vessels with red figures, the hard clay with Eros and two large composite capitals. The Underwater section is dedicated to underwater archeology where they are exposed to numerous amphora retrieved in different along the Brindisi coastline times. Of historical interest are the Bronzes of Punta del Serrone found in the port of Brindisi in 1972.

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Piazza Duomo 7 ,
72100 Brindisi


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