There is a nucleus of Roman archeological material on the ground floor of the Museo della Città adjacent to piazza Ferrari, second and 3rd Century mosaics, sculptures, steles, statues and terracotta pieces, an introduction to the Roman Lapidary set up in the museum's inner courtyard. The Roman Lapidary is a collection of 68 memorial inscriptions on stone from the Roman epoch, from the 1st Century BCE to the 4th Century CE. One of the most interesting inscriptions is the one with which Gaio Cesare, one of the heirs designated by Augustus, promoted the paving of the streets of Rimini.
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