The exhibition is organised in chronological order following the evolution of civilisation in the southern plains of Brescia from the Neolithic (6th millennium B.C.) until after the Middle Ages. Significant artifacts are Cenomani Gaul silver drachmas and the only coin known in Italy with King Aripert I (653-661 A.D.)
Closed: Mondays. Also closed on: 1 January, 1 May, 25 December. July: closed on Thursday nights and Sundays August: closed every day
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