For just 3 euros this is an amazing little museum. Much of it consists of simply displaying what existed below the current building, which was only uncovered when the owner decided to dig below the floor to investigate a persistent damp problem. It really brings home the continuity of habitation from pre-roman times, through roman, medieval and later periods. A somewhat random display of artefacts is labelled with neat understatement to the effect that the more interesting pieces have been removed 'for further study' by the archeologists - let's hope they get returned. All in all a fascinating experience.
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