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It may be small but this museum is packed with top quality Roman, Etruscan and Greek funerary monuments. Very well laid out with good descriptions. Interesting and unusual to see some of the tombstones still had some of the original paint. Beautiful and unusual carving....More
If you have the Verona Museum card, then it's worth stopping by here if you have spare time, but otherwise, it isn't worth the entrance fee at all. It's a VERY big building, yet there are only two very small rooms open, both containing a...More
The Maffeiano is a bit of a relic itself, being the personal collection of an artifact-plundering 18th c. antiquarian. Most of the pieces are funerary in nature, although the more entertaining were those labeled as modern forgeries. Take an hour or less, for what it's...More
Very peculiar museum with lots of grave stones , most of them before Christ. Weird on first site but then again intersting and beautiful on second sight. In the catalog you can buy for 1 euro lots of information. Visit for an hour, not longer
A small museum with a modest collection of Greek and Roman stonework (inscriptions, funerary pieces, statues etc. Lots of additional inforamtion, including translations of the incriptions. We spent a pleasant hour here.
This is a modest museum consisting of mostly Greek and Roman sculptures. There are two floors and a courtyard.
It might not be to everyone's taste but I enjoyed it. A lot of the stones were funerary plaques or urns. Most were figural but some...More
Museum is small but very interesting for Roman antiquity lovers. It is specially dedicated to inscriptions so is especially worth for visiting to people who are in some way involved with Roman history or archaeology. There is is a collection of beautiful sarcophagi and urns...More