About Narbonne Archaeological Museum
Narbonne Archaeological Museum (Musée Archéologique de Narbonne) in southern France is a museum of this town’s Ancient Roman past, displaying everything from sarcophagi to frescos and furniture.
The finds come from the ancient Roman city of Narbo-Martius, the capital of the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis.
The museum contains a collection of Roman statues and inscription tablets from the area as well as sarcophagi decorated in the pagan tradition. Also on display are informative panels describing the history of this ancient Roman city.
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