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Housed within Palazzo Campana, the Museum hosts sacred representations of Guercino, Giovan Francesco Guerrieri, but also works by modern and contemporary artists of local origin as Giovan Battista Gallo and Bruno Marsili from Osimo. Centerpiece of the whole collection is the "Madonna and child" carved in stone. Of great interest the archaeological section of the Museum, where exhibits a multiplicity of findings have come to light from random finds in the historic center and in the territory.
The excavation work, carried out between 1982 and 1995, have brought to light the structure of the building is characterized by two distinct phases of life: one, the oldest, probably dating back to the first Imperial period (1st century a.d.), the other dating from the IV-VI century. a.d.
It is a Roman villa rustica, which excavations have so far located only the pars, i.e. fructuaria destined to carry out productive functions and agricultural plants and warehouses for storage; While I have not yet been identified, despite the wide-ranging work long, traces that may suggest the presence of an i
The Museum, located inside the convent of the Friars Minor conventuals, is dedicated to Saint Joseph from Cupertino, patron saint of the town of Osimo and Copertino. In the private chapel, is located in a beautiful wooden altar with a painting of the 17th century that represents the birth of Mary. The closets are kept some clothes and the clothes of the Holy religious, liturgical furnishings, sacred images, illuminated, pergamema and more on documentary material dating back to the 16th century; is also preserved the precious small Royal Reed organ.
The Museum consists of collections belonging to the ancient science of the Cabinet already had Royal High School Gymnasium that housed in Palazzo Campana in Osimo. The peculiarity of "Bell" Museum is to be located within an educational institution established by the 2000 into a single reality with the Istituto Tecnico "Charlie". The Museum is divided into several sections: the section has numerous zoological species belonging to birds and mammals, the entomology section where there are specimens of Hymenoptera and Coleoptera, Lepidoptera and the malacological section which includes some sixty
The Diocesan Museum is housed inside the Palace, adjacent to the Cathedral of San Leopardo (sec. XII-XIII) and the Baptistery (sec. XII), which constitutes a unique historical-artistic-religious. The Museum wants to narrate the story of the Christian community of a city of the Marche region, already "municipium" romano, then an episcopal see and Cardinal.