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The Antiquarium was inaugurated in 1996 and consists of four exhibition halls, organized according to chronological and thematic criteria. In the first room exposes the most significant findings from the pre-and Protohistoric sites of Clanis; the didactic panels illustrating the geomorphology of avellano territory and distribution of archaeological note in the settlement of the ancient Abella. The second room is dedicated to the necropolis of Abella; the exhibition includes a selection of burial found in the necropolis discovered in s. Nazzaro and St. Paulinus. In the same room you can also
The archaeological area covers an area of monumental necropolis which developed between the late Hellenistic and early imperial times along a roadway outside that city, leaving the ancient town of Abella, leading West to the plain Bell. The complex opened to the public includes four funeral mausoleums separated by fences and built in Opus reticulatum, or uncertain with bits of brick. The mausoleums are under pluggable types widely known architectural in other contemporary centres of Campania.
The archaeological area represents the first nucleus of the Archaeological Park of the ancient Abella and encompasses the only monument of Roman cities visit them today. The Amphitheater, whose picture appears on the side of a limestone statue of Perumal age now kept in front of the Doge's Palace in the old town of Avella, was built in the 1st century. BC in the Southeast sector of the old city, in an area previously occupied by residential structures of the Samnite period. The monument, in Opus reticulatum, was built behind the walls of the city and claimed, in the Southwest sector, intended