Early Christian Museum


 It is a peculiar one: the building, in fact, shows the last restoration in the 15 centuries life of an early Christian suburban basilica, later belonged to the Monastery of Benedictine nuns. The concepts of "museum" and "archaeological site" integrate themselves, so that the visit of the building and its mosaics is completed by the exhibition of Christian funerary inscriptions from different sites, to offer an overall image of Christian Aquileia.

 

Early Christian Museum