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Roman Theatre Museum – “Rome. The scene of life”

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Attached to the theatre, the Roman Theatre Museum has been set up by the Memmo Foundation, in a hall of the prestigious 17th century palace that belonged to the Romano family. As well as containing artefacts from the excavations carried out in the first half of the last century, which brought the ancient monument to light, the museum has an exhibition entitled 'Rome. La scena della vita' (Rome. The scene of life), which illustrates the theme of scenography and illusionistic representation in the Roman world. The series of nine theatrical masks from Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli is also impressive. Finally, thanks to a model, it is possible to see the reconstruction of a large urban area of Lupiae (ancient Lecce) in the Roman imperial age.

Roman Theatre Museum – “Rome. The scene of life”

Via Degli Ammirati, 5, 73100 Lecce LE, Italy

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