Housing a vast assortment of artifacts unearthed in the Piedmont region, Museo di Antichita provides historical insight into the ancient civilizations of Italy and the Mediterranean basin. The historical collections include unique pieces from private collectors, such as the house of Savoy, and archaeological surveys that have discovered local Piedmont artifacts. Museo di Antichita represents many periods, from the pre-historical to the Medieval Age, including an archaeological excavation of a Roman theater. The museum also accommodates children, with a junior space featuring an interactive host named Augusta, an inquisitive mole adept at digging.
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