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Discover 4 places to see in Teano

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Horsewoman

The monumental complex, a splendid example of late Gothic architecture, divided in two aisles covered with cross vaults supported by ogee arches, was built in the 14th century in the area of high medieval castle by the powerful family of Marzano, a dominant position on the Acropolis and lower town of Teano. The building, municipal property, has had civil character since its foundation as a court room, arms or seat of nobles (i.e. Riding). The historical events and natural events resulted in considerable changes in the monumental structure: in ' 600 was still visible on the top floor, then coll


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Archaeological Museum of Teanum Sidicinum

The museum exposes the finds from the excavations in the ancient city centre and in the Teanum Sidicium, inhabited by italic oscan-speaking population that developed its own original figurative since the 6th century BC. The exhibition, organized for tempering contexts, develops on two naves of the main medieval building dynamics of occupation of territory: the age of the villages (8th-4th century BC: salt II-IV) and the age of the city (3rd century BC – 7th century AD: 5th-7th). The main nuclei are formed by votive objects deposited in the sanctuaries, especially from the sacred area in Loreto


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Roman Theatre of Teano

Teano Theatre is the oldest building from Italy show built entirely on times. It was part of an architectural complex consisting of a large artificial terrace normalizzava the hill behind the theatre on which stood a temple, which according to Epigraphic data, seems to be dedicated to Apollo. The decoration of the theatre was renovated during the reign of Augustus, probably in connection with the election of Teanum Sidicinum to Roman colony: at this stage also dates a series of statues and Greek marble portrait, also in the final building accommodation. At the beginning of the 3rd century AD,


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