Museo Palatino

Ancient Rome

This small museum traces the development of the Palatino with video presentations, models and archaeological finds. Highlights include busts of the imperial family and, in a room dedicated to Augustus, a marble pair of Ali di Vittoria (Victory Wings).

Access to the museum is with the SUPER ticket.

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