The Gorizia Archaeological Collection is located in the historic center of the city of Gorizia. The collection includes archaeological finds, medieval artifacts and Renaissance works. The route is organized chronologically and divided into themes. The first room houses the Paleolithic and Neolithic finds found in the area of San Lorenzo Isontino, Capriva and Mossa. The second room is home to finds from the Protohistory and the Iron Age, with particular attention to the finds found in the necropolis. Of great value are the materials of Santa Lucia di Tolmino which is one of the most characteristic necropolises in the area. the third room exhibits Roman artifacts and includes iron tools related to agriculture, fishing, woodworking and construction. Among the most common finds are ceramics, oil lamps, amphorae and glass vases. The tour ends with the last two rooms that tell the medieval and Renaissance history of the area. Iron weapons and Lombard crosses are the most valuable and characteristic artifacts present. The ceramics in archaic majolica and graffiti and painted on engobe date back to the Renaissance period.