The EUROlog project partners

3rd project partner
The Capitoline Museums Rome, Italy

The origins of the Capitoline Museums in Rome go back to a gift of four bronze statues from Pope Sixtus VI. in 1471. Since then, the collection has continuously been enriched with pieces from excavations in Rome and objects which are closely related to the city. Today, the Capitoline Museums display their magnificent collection of archeology and art in the two palaces on the Capitol, the Palazzo Nuovo and the Palazzo die Conservatori, and in branch museums like the Museo die Montemartini.

 

Team Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe

Dr. Claudio Parisi Presicce, Dr. Isabella Damiani, Dr. Klaus Werner

 

Badisches Landesmuseum Karlsruhe
23. Denkmalamt Kretas in Heraklion, Griechenland
Archäologisches Museum in Alanya, Türkei
Kapitolinische Museen Rom, Italien