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Roman villa of Casignana

The villa, located in the province of Reggio Calabria, is a Roman villa whose remains can be found in the Palazzi district in the municipality of Casignana. The original structure dates back to the first century AD and its most significant phase is represented by an important restructuring occurred in the fourth century. It was later abandoned in the V, but traces of attendance are visible until the seventh century. ...

Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria

Palazzo Piacentini, now home to the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria or the National Museum of Magna Graecia, is a historic and important institution for the preservation of Italian culture, in possession of one of the most remarkable collections of finds from Magna Graecia. Built in the nineteenth century with the aim of collecting the materials ceded by the city's civic museum, over time it has been enriched ...

Head of Philosopher of Porticello

The Head of the Philosopher of Porticello, preserved today in the underwater archeology section of the Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, is a bronze sculpture dating back to the fifth century BC found in 1969 in the sea of ​​Porticello, in front of the waters of the Strait of Messina. The head had to belong to a whole statue, as evidenced by the discovery of a part of the right knee also found together with the head ...