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The Museum, opened in 1976 and recently moved in the monumental complex of the SS. Annunziata (1355), consists of different collections. The archaeological section includes items from the Roman period, dated between the 2nd and the 3rd century AD, and medieval material (clay artefacts, pottery, glass, faience fragments from Arabic, tombstones). The Gallery preserves paintings from the 12th to the 18th centuries, among which include the frescoes detached from s. Lucia Church (13th century) and works by Luca Giordano, Sebastiano Conca, Giovanni da Gaeta, Giovan Battista Beinaschi, Paolo De Matte
The building that houses the museum belonged to Cardinal Tommaso de Vio, born in Gaeta in 1469, and has undergone various transformations over the centuries The museum, which was reorganised recently, brings together works from the churches and Dioceses of Gaeta. The gallery exhibits paintings on canvas and wood from the 13th to the mid-19th century: it is the largest collection of works of art in southern Lazio, which belonged to the Campania up to 1927. There are several works by Giovanni da Gaeta (second half of the 15th century. XV) and by other painters from Gaeta such as Scipione Pulzone