Via Zambeccario, Corfinio, (L'Aquila)
The museum contains the archaeological finds from the ancient Corfinium, capital town of the Italics during the Social War. The collection includes the material which the local archaeologist Antonio De Nino brought to light in the early twentieth century. Furthermore, the museum exhibits a large number of inscribed tombstones, finds and evidences come to light in the course of the excavations that followed one another in the sites of Piano San Giacomo, Sant'Ippolito, Via di Pratola and Impianata. The eighty-six epigraphs on display, dated from the I century B.C. to the II A.D., are particularly noteworthy.