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Near the modern Sassoferrato, in the area where in 295 BC the bloody battle took place that saw the victory of Rome against the armies of the Gauls and Samnites, are the ruins of the Roman city of Sentinum, torched by Octavian during the war by Perugia in 41 BC, and soon afterwards rebuilt and enlarged.
Itinerary: remains identified, which constitute only a small portion of the ancient urban extension, you can visit an impressive public building to use Spa, late Republican age, a foundry building, a complex of several relevant environments ("Insula del Pozzo") and in the next località s.Lucia,
The "Civic Art Collection" includes twenty-nine valuable works ranging from the 15th to the 18th century. The works come from churches, monasteries, brotherhoods and private collections of the city and of the territory, from where they could disperse irreparably. For several years, partly because of the earthquake that hit the region in 1997, the works were presented in provisional or held in deposits accessible by the public. The collection is now presented in a consistent location in the prestigious Palazzo, built in the 15th century by Cardinal Alessandro Oliva. Within Olive Palace is also
The Civic Archaeological Museum of Sassoferrato is housed within the Palazzo dei Priori, a building constructed in 1355 following the birth of a free city.
The Museum is accessible from piazza Matteotti, via a double staircase. On the ground floor are located the ticket office, bookshop and illustrating with a reconstructive plastic the "battle of the Nations" held in 295 BC, at the end of the third Samnite war. A wide staircase, which still retains the stone steps of the original structure of the Palazzo dei Priori, leads to the first floor rooms with thematic exhibition of finds. On the walls
The Museum is housed in the palazzo Montanari and there are work tools and household objects. Spread over two floors, is divided into six sections that tell, through dramatic reconstructions and now rare finds, various areas of daily life of yore