The National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum 'Giovanni Antonio Sanna' is currently divided into two sections, archaeology and ethnography. The archaeological section traces the history of the territories of the provinces of Sassari, Nuoro, Gallura and Ogliastra from the Lower Palaeolithic (500,000 years B.C.) to the 18th century through the phases of prehistory, the Nuragic, Phoenician-Punic, Roman, medieval and modern ages. The ethnographic section includes a collection of Sardinian demoethnographic objects that is the oldest of its kind on the island. It consists of textiles, jewellery, baskets, traditional clothes and furniture from the last three centuries, mostly belonging to the Clemente collection.