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The archive of Chieti, which established provincial archive of Abruzzo Citeriore following the organic law 12 nov. 1818 and designated class archive from May 27 Ministerial. 1820, had its first filing as a result of Decree 21 Sept. 1824. The legislative evolution of the other southern archives with r.d. 22 Sept. 1932, no. 1391, assumed the name provincial Archive; with l. 22 Dec. 1939, n. 2006, to State Archives section; Finally with the d.p.r. 30 Sept. 1963, n. 1409, to State archives. The largest jurisdiction which fruì until the second half of the century. 17TH hearing, directing the changi
The Palazzo del Governo, born on the ruins of the Church of San Domenico, houses works by Basilio Cascella and Francesco Paolo Michetti.
The Church of San Domenico, built over 1600, originally dedicated to the Virgin Mary and St. Anne, assumed its present name in the early 19th century, after the demolition of the old church of the Dominicans. The stone façade, from simple and classic lines, meanders on two orders and is flanked by terracotta Bell Tower dating from the 18th century. The Interior has a single nave with side chapels, is rich in valuable biblical-themed decorations, made by g. b.
The National Archaeological Museum The Civitella is situated within the Archaeological Park of the Roman amphitheatre, built in the area until twenty years ago housed the Municipal Stadium.
The new institution, opened in November 2000, view, through a modern conception and fruition, archaeological materials and documents useful for the reconstruction of the birth and development of the city of Teate Marrucinorum (Chieti) and its territory.
The Museum housed in the 19th-century neoclassical residence of Baron Ferrante Frigerj Lombard has a completely renovated according to ethnic-territorial systems, highlighting thereby the segmentation of ethnic groups starting with the initial stages of the iron age until the High Middle Ages. Reading and understanding of the history of these peoples is proposed through the peculiarities of the territory and its membership changes over time. The people shown on the first floor of the Museum are the Vestini Transmontani, Vestini Peligni, Cismontani, Marrucini, Carricini.
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