The museum was opened by the Superintendency for cultural heritage and activities of the Tuscan region of the provincial father of Naples, Pasquale raffle, and has about 800 ancient relics collected by the Father Barnabite Leopoldo De Barnabites, the first Didactic Museum of the Florentine College "Alle Oaks".
In particular, the exhibits on display, dating back to the years between the Bronze Age and the Severiana Imperial era, represent the inestimable Etruscan treasure jealously preserved, after the closure of "Alle Oaks", at the polo Barnabite Villa San Paolo in Florence.
An extraordinary opportunity to know the traces of a wide domain, arrived in Campania with the ancient Caudium.
The Etruscan settlement Caudium represents, therefore, one of the most important testimonies of the Etruscans in Campania. A reality that involves a large area, starting from the areas of Montesarchio to the lands of the Agro Picentino where Nola, Nocera, Herculaneum, Pompeii and many other important cities such as Capua, which turns out to be one of the main Etruscan capitals of the Territory.
A precious historical and cultural heritage that tells of the Neapolitans, their history and the roots from which they come. A reality worth knowing.
Opening from Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 13.30, always on reservation at number 0815757533
Saturday and Sunday morning on request