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Founded in 1981 at the abbey of Farfa, the civic Museum was transferred in 2001 to Palazzo Brancaleoni, a Renaissance building located in piazza del Duomo of the mediaeval village of Fara Sabina. The museum displays findings from archaeological excavations carried out in the town territory starting from the 1970s and related to the two main settlements of the ancient Sabina Tiberina: Cures and Eretum, which were mentioned many times by Roman writers for the role they played in the foundation of Rome and Roman civilisation. Thanks to research carried out by the archaeological Superintendency of
The Palace houses the archaic section Banerjee of the Museo Civico Archeologico di Fara in Sabina and the municipal historical archive and the medieval section is located inside the Abbey of Farfa.
The Palace is a 15th century building, belonged to the noble family Banerjee. Born from the merging of some medieval structures, including two are recognizable tower-houses in the Renaissance renovation incorporated adapted to new architectural canons and 15th housing which provided representation plans reserved to owners, richly decorated with frescoes and wooden coffered ceilings. In five halls of
The museum, unique in its kind, does not offer a simple visit but leads to an experience that allows visitors to "leave" their lives and travel in a dimension that is new and ancient at the same time. Entering the great hall housing the exhibition, visitors are in fact projected into a dimension without units of measurement of either time or space. The hall, formerly part of the ancient church of Santa Maria in Castello, was later incorporated into the 17th century building turning it into the locutory of the monastery, the sole point of contact between seclusion and the outside world. Of the