The Archeological collections

The archeological collections include findings from Prehistory to High Middle Age, which all belong to Museum Network. The main items are constitute mainly by ceramic materials from the Bronze age and from the Roman age.

The Natural History collections

The natural history collections include, in addition to a small nucleus of local botanical and zoological collections, some entomological collections of local (mainly: Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, Orthoptera and cave fauna) and international (Mantodea) significance, constantly increasing, counting more than 2500 specimens, prepared dry or in alcohol.

The paleontological collection is formed (data updated September 2014) by more than 4000 specimens mainly from the Cenozoic of the local area. The majority of the collection is represented by Eocene and Oligocene fossil crustaceans with more than 150 holotypes and 480 paratipes.

The mineralogical collection (data updated September 2014) is composed of more than 3200 samples. The minerals are mostly derived from the Vicenza area.

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