Castellani Halls

The Sale Castellani contain an appreciable series of materials, which represent the point of arrival of the formation of the historic collections of the Museum in the second half of the XIX century. 
The Collezione Castellani, donated by the famous goldsmith and collector Augusto Castellani, is constituted of items that come from the most important archaeological sites in Etruria, Latium, and southern Italy, which cover a period that goes from the VIII to the IV century BC. 

Museo del Palazzo dei Conservatori - Sale Castellani

In the current exhibition greater importance is given to classical ceramics, both imported from Greece and produced locally in Etruria and Latium, together with items of great interest such as the Aristonothos vase and the bronze Tensa (a chest for sacred objects).
There are also a number of archaeological pieces from the collections of the Museo Artistico Industriale.

Video Castellani Halls 

Kylix attica a figure rosse con atleta che attinge acqua da un pozzo
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Stile del Pittore di Onesimos

First thirty years of the 5th century BC
Kylix attica a figure rosse con pentatleta di spalle
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Stile del Pittore di Onesimos

First thirty years of the 5th century BC
Vaso biconico della cosiddetta ??Tomba Castellani?? di Palestrina
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Last thirty years of the 8th century BC
Ricostruzione di cista della cosiddetta Tomba Castellani di Palestrina
Instrument, tool, product
Last thirty years of the 8th century BC
Cratere con l'accecamento di Polifemo e battaglia navale
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Aristonothos

Second quarter of the 7th century BC
Statuetta di antenato seduto
Sculpture
Second half of the 7th century BC
Bassorilievo con cane
Sculpture
First half of the 6th century BC