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  • COSTANTINO 313 d.C.
    CONSTANTINE 313 AD.C.
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 11/04/13 to 15/09/13
  • Colosseum
    CONSTANTINE 313 AD.C.
    Colosseum, from 11/04/13 to 15/09/13

CONSTANTINE 313 AD.C.

Roma
Exhibitions

 

The Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Rome is home to the Coliseum, from 11 April to 15 September 2013, the exhibition "Constantine 313 AD. C. ", which celebrates the anniversary of the Edict of toleration in 313 AD.
The exhibition, back from a great success at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, designed and conceived by the Diocesan Museum of Milan and curated by Gemma Sena and Paul Church biscuits, arrives at theColiseum, along with an entire section dedicated to Rome, curated by Mariarosaria Barbera, superintendent of Cultural Heritage of Rome and the protagonist of important discoveries related to Constantine, including new areas of the public sector Sessoriano of the building, in the area of S. Cross in Jerusalem, and the domus of senior officials at the court of the Empress Helena.

The exhibition celebrates the anniversary of the exceptional manifesto spread of religious tolerance in 313 d. C., also known as the "Edict of Milan", attributed to the Roman Emperor Constantine in the West. A document of extraordinary modernity, taking an edict of 311, declared Christianity after centuries of persecution, religious bid, ushering in a period of religious tolerance and of great political and cultural innovation. The exhibition is divided into sections which deepen with more than one hundred precious relics from all over Europe, on historical, artistic and religious Constantinian era.

The exhibition opens with a gallery of the members of the family, intertwined with struggles, betrayals and conspiracies of the court. The first section, dedicated to Rome, was inaugurated by the famous Battle of the Milvian Bridge, with portraits of his protagonists, Maxentius and Constantine. Following a study of the Sessorium, the imperial seat in Rome, in which resided the mother of Constantine, Helena. Preview are also presented overtime gold jewelry, recently discovered in a tomb in the Basilica of the street Ardeatina.

The central part of the exhibition tells the religious and political revolution triggered by the end of the persecutions against the Christians, through analyzing portraits, coins and works of art, even the three institutions that were the protagonists of the age of Constantine: the army, the church and the imperial court.
Sophisticated luxury artifacts that belonged to the elite of the empire or for the churches testify to the progressive evolution of Christianity, a cult lawful private acquires as a public dimension and finally become official only religion of the Empire.

The exhibition ends with a section devoted to the monuments of Rome Constantine: The homes, baths, basilicas, mausoleums and their unique decorations. Reconstruction of some buildings will be proposed in computer graphics updated in the light of more recent research. There is also space the presentation of another unprecedented discovery, made in 2005, on Via Laurentina: a hoard of forty coins minted by the Mint of Rome, Ostia and Aquileia, contained in a wooden case closed just in 313 AD Alongside are exposed the discoveries made in an environment adjacent to tesoretto, including the bronze statuette of a Lare dancing.

Finally, an animation in computer graphics allow visitors to see a preview of the high-resolution images of the Arch of Constantine and to know the events narrated in the frieze.
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NEWS

  • Colosseum: from 15 July, privileged entry for visitors accompanied by their own tour guide available through the Stern entrance. Beginning on Monday, 15 July, all individual visitors accompanied by their own tour guide, up to a maximum of 13 people, will be able to take advantage of a dedicated access to the Colosseum through the Stern entrance. Tour guides and their groups can use the booking procedures already in place for ordinary entry to the monument and will be asked to present a list of all group members. They will then have access to a special entrance and itinerary meant to facilitate visits and improve visitor inflow at the Piazza del Colosseo entrance. On-site staff will be available to provide logistical support to tour guides, who will be free to lead their groups through all areas of the monument normally open to the public, with the exception of the arena floor.

 

  • Please note that the free guide ticket for the arena access can now only be booked through the call center.It is confirmed that it is possible to book - also online- the free guide ticket of the underground of the Colosseum.
     
  • We inform you that until a later date visiting of the fourth and fifth orders will not be allowed due to maintenance work.
     
  • We hereby inform you that, for a better management of the access flows to the Colosseum, the following changes will be made with immediate effect to the accesses at the ticket offices of the Colosseum Archaeological Park:
    - Inside the Colosseum, in order to avoid the outgoing passage at the metal detectors, through which it is possible to enter only, any integration of tickets for groups will be made at the ticket office of the Arch of Titus. The payment methods accepted will be voucher exchange and credit card (no cash).
    Reserved groups and individuals with their own guide who need to add free or full tickets, depending on the availability of remaining tickets, will have priority at this ticket office over individuals with a reservation.
    - The licensed guides who need to collect their free nominal entrance ticket will have a priority reservation desk at the ticket office of Venere e Roma (Desk 5) and one inside the Colosseum (Desk 10). The latter will be available only to those who have already entered with their customers and must pick up the free guide ticket.
    Guides and tour leaders must enter together with the visitors already in possession of a ticket and can only leave through the exit, not against the direction of the flow coming from the entrance. This measure is due to safety reasons, since inside the Colosseum it is not possible to pass through the metal detectors in opposite direction.
    At the entrance of Salara Vecchia and Arco di Tito, priority access for security checks and to the turnstile will be given to guides already in possession of tickets, as well as to other entitled categories (disabled people and pregnant women).
    Groups and individuals that have been mediated by the tourism industry (T.O., Travel Agencies, Guides) and are in possession of a cumulative ticket, must always be accompanied by a qualified guide or tour leader both inside the Colosseum and inside the Forum/Palatine, unless the intermediary is able to provide each customer with their own entrance ticket.

    For clarity reasons, it is specified below how the "special" desks operate:
    Colosseum desk 10: priority row for licensed guides that need to exchange vouchers and bookings, withdrawal of free guides ticket and integration of any free tickets related to tickets purchased online, under 13 pax. The guide/tour leader and visitors, once the tickets have been collected, must enter through the turnstile.

    Arch of Titus desk 5: priority row for licensed guides that need to exchange vouchers and bookings, withdrawal of free guides ticket and integration of any free tickets related to tickets purchased online.
    At this desk it is possible to buy, for the first available time, up to a maximum of 13 tickets by paying with credit card.

    Largo Salara Vecchia desk 3: priority row for licensed guides that need to exchange vouchers and bookings, withdrawal of free guides ticket and integration of any free tickets related to tickets purchased online. Desk 2 will be dedicated to individuals with a reservation without a guide and Desk 1 to individuals with no reservation. Therefore, guides who wish to purchase up to a maximum of 13 tickets can do so, depending on the availability, by queuing (not priority) at cash 1.


CALENDAR WITH THE GRADUAL RELEASE DATES OF TICKETS WITH SCHEDULED ENTRANCE OF THE COLOSSEUM

DAILY OPENING
Every day at 3.00 pm (UTC+1) new tickets for the next day
 

WEEKLY OPENING
Every Monday at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) new tickets for the following week

MONHTLY OPENING
Every first Tuesday of the month

Pre-sale of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum and of tickets with scheduled entrance time to the Colosseum arena:

  • July 2nd at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of August 2019 both online and by call center
  • August 6th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of September 2019 both online and by call center
  • September 3rd at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of October 2019 both online and by call center
  • October 1st at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of November 2019 both online and by call center
  • November 5th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of December 2019 both online and by call center
  • December 3rd at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of January 2020 both online and by call center
  • January 7th 2020 at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of February 2020 both online and by call center
  • February 4th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in monthly availability for the month of March 2020 both online and by call center

Every first Thursday of the month

Pre-sale of the underground tour only online:

  • July 4th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of August
  • August 1st at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of September
  • September 5th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of October
  • October 3rd at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of November
  • November 7th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of December
  • December 5th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of January 2020
  • January 2nd 2020 at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of February 2020
  • February 6th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1) in the monthly availability for the month of March 2020

QUARTERLY OPENING OCTOBER-NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2019

ATTENTION: UPDATE QUARTERLY OPENING OCTOBER-NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2019
Tuesday, July 23rd at 6.30 pm Italian time:
The pre-sale of the first set of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum, of tickets with scheduled entrance time to the Colosseum arena, in the quarterly availability for the month of October 2019 will be released both online and by call center.

Wednesday, July 24th at 6.30 pm Italian time:
The pre-sale of the second set of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum in the quarterly availability for the month of October 2019 will be released both online and by call center.

Thursday, July 25th at 6.30 pm Italian time:
The pre-sale for the underground tour and the combined underground, arena and third level tour, in quarterly availability for the month of October 2019 will be available online only.

Friday, July 26th at 6.30 pm Italian time:
Roman Forum – Palatine Super Ticket, Domus Aurea, Terme di Caracalla, Villa dei Quintili, Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella, Palazzo Massimo, Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, House of Augustus and Livia, Domus Transitoria for the months of October, November and December 2019. Siti ad apertura periodica for the months of September, October, November and December 2019. 

Wednesday, August 4th
The pre-sale of whole set of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum in the quarterly availability for the months of November and December 2019 will be released both online and by call center.

Thursday, August 5th
The pre-sale for the underground tour and the combined underground, arena and third level tour, in quarterly availability for the months of November and December 2019 will be available online only.

QUARTERLY OPENING JANUARY-FEBRUARY-MARCH 2020

Tuesday, November 19th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1)
The pre-sale of the first set of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum, of tickets with scheduled entrance time to the Colosseum arena, in the quarterly availability for the months of January, February and March 2020 will be released both online and by call center.

Wednesday, November 20th at 6.30 pm (UTC+1)
The pre-sale of the second set of tickets with scheduled entrance time for the ordinary access of the Colosseum in the quarterly availability for the months of January, February and March 2020 will be released both online and by call center.

Thursday, November 21st at 6.30 pm (UTC+1)
The pre-sale for the underground tour and the combined underground, arena and third level tour, in quarterly availability for the months of January, February and March 2020 will be available online only.

Friday, November 22nd at 6.30 (UTC+1)
Roman Forum – Palatine Super Ticket, Domus Aurea, Terme di Caracalla, Villa dei Quintili, Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella, Siti ad apertura periodica, Palazzo Massimo, Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi House of Augustus and Livia, Domus Transitoria for the months of January, February and March 2020”

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  • The free access during the Free First Sundays of the month will be now limited to the months from January to March and from October to December.
     
  • The direction of the archeological park of the Colosseum determined the following free days without pre-sale:
    9th of May
    5th of June
    29th of June
    23rd of September
    4th of October
    4th of November
    21th of November
    18th of December

    Please note that during the free opening days the sites with special opening included in the Forum, Palatine and S.U.P.E.R. ticket, the Severi exhibition and the Colosseum museum will not be accessible to the public.

FROM JANUARY 1ST 2019, THE ARENA WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FROM THE STERN GATE USING THE NEW TICKET "COLOSSEO ARENA" AS A REPLACEMENT FOR THE CLICK TOUR
The ticket "Colosseo Arena" will be available online, through call center and on site at a cost of € 14.00 for the full price and € 8.50 for the reduced price (the reduction is in accordance with current legislation).
The reservation fee will remain of € 2.00 for online purchases and through the call center.
The access procedures will continue to be the same as for the Click Tour.

THE ENTRANCE TO THE UNDERGROUND AND/OR BELVEDERE MOVED AT THE STERN ENTRANCE, IN FRONT OF VIA LABICANA
Groups have to show the list on letterhead from the agency, containing the participants’ names and dates of birth. Licensed tourist guides have to show a signed declaration with the participants’ names and related dates of birth. Visitors with a booked fixed guided tour have to show a valid ID card at the ticket office. 

FREE FEES FOR ALL BOOKING SERVICES, GUIDED TOUR AND ASSISTANCE SERVICE FOR TOUR GUIDES FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION
We inform you that, under art. 4 c.3 a of DM 507/97 ss.mm.ii., as well as under circular 20/2016 DG MU, according to the directions of the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum, tour guides from the European Union are entitled, in addition to free admission, also to free fees for all booking services, guided tour and assistance service.

Info and booking

+39 06 399 67 700

CONSTANTINE 313 AD.C.


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Hours

Hours Details

08.30 - 16.30 from 2 January to 15 February
last entry at 3.30 pm

08.30 - 17.00 from February 16th to March 15th
last admission at 4.00 pm

08.30 - 17.30 from the 16th to the last Saturday of March
last admission at 4.30 pm

08.30 - 19.15 from the last Sunday of March to 31 August
last entry at 18.15

08.30 - 19.00 from September 1st to September 30th
last entry at 18.00

08.30 - 16.30 from the last Sunday of October to December 31st
last entry at 3.30 pm

08.30 - 18.30 from 1 October to the last Saturday of October
last admission 5.30pm

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CONSTANTINE 313 AD.C.


Roma

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Ticket Office

Admission ticket
  • - Full € 12
  • - Reduced € 7.50
Other Reduced
  • - citizens aged between 18 and 25 years old of the European Union under the law 28.09.1999 n. 275, and subsequent amendments through ministerial letters.?(Austria,Belgio, Bulgaria, Cipro, Danimarca,Estonia,Finlandia, Francia, Germania, Grecia,Irlanda,Italia, Lettonia, Lituania, Lussemburgo, Malta, Olanda, Polonia, Portogallo, Regno Unito, Repubblica Ceca, Romania, Slovacchia, Slovenia, Spagna, Ungheria, Conferderazione Svizzera _ Svizzera, Norvegia, Liechtenstein, Islanda)

    - European Union state teachers.
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