Vercelli - Museo Archeologico Civico "Luigi Buzza"
The MAC – the Archaeologic Museum of Vercelli – was named after the Barnabite father Luigi Bruzza, a notorious historian who dedicated his life to the history and archaeology of Vercelli. The museum hosts a collection of over six hundred finds and illustrates the history of ancient Vercellae through a seven-rooms tour organized in chronological order.The exhibition starts with the pre-Roman territory occupation illustrated through the finds discovered in the village of the Libui, a Celtic language population who installed itself in the area today corresponding to the city centre. The journey continues with the stages characterising the Romanization process and the acquisition of the "municipium” status, up to the crisis experienced by the city in late ancient time.
|MAC - Museo Archeologico Civico||Complesso di Santa Chiara - Corso Libertà 300 - Vercelli||+39.0161.649306 biglietteria|