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  • Roma Caput Mundi
    Roma Caput Mundi
    Una città tra dominio e integrazione
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 10/10/12 to 10/03/13
  • Roma Caput Mundi
    Roma Caput Mundi
    Una città tra dominio e integrazione
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 10/10/12 to 10/03/13
  • Colosseum
    Roma Caput Mundi
    Una città tra dominio e integrazione
    from 10/10/12 to 10/03/13
  • Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
    Roma Caput Mundi
    Una città tra dominio e integrazione
    from 10/10/12 to 10/03/13

Roma Caput Mundi Una città tra dominio e integrazione

Roma
Exhibitions

 

This exhibition spreads across the Colosseum, the Curia Julia and the Temple of Romulus in the Roman Forums, telling the story of the origins of Rome to the conquest of Italy, as well as of Rome’s provinces, cultural and religious influences, slavery and ethnic diversity, ancient and modern visions.
The exhibition’s title ,“Roma capitale del mondo” (‘Rome, capital of the world’ or, in Latin, ‘Roma caput mundi’) reprises the ancient metaphor for seeing the city as a global power. However, no attempt is made here to hide the more brutal aspects of Roman rule: the suffering inflicted upon entire communities, wars of pillage, slavery – after all, what great empire (including those of more recent times) has not been built on violence? That said, this is a rich and varied exhibition taking in many aspects of Roman rule.
Romans were fixated on an idea: Rome as an ‘open city’ for other peoples. They practised an integration policy that has never been repeated anywhere on the same scale: purity of line was considered irrelevant, citizenship was easily granted, they were able to liberate slaves with a minimum of fuss, and freed slaves were seen as ‘near-citizens’.
Some contemporary historians follow the line taken by ancient authors, rightly asserting the importance of the moral, cultural and military contribution made over the centuries by this constant enrichment of the population. As such, dominance in war was only one of the facets of Roma caput mundi.
The exhibition reflects all these concepts, expressing them across all three sites through sculpture, reliefs, mosaics, frescos, bronzes and coins, divided as follows:

CURIA

• The manifesto of Roman integration
• Exotic origins
• Rome, Etruscan city
COLOSSEUM
• The two faces of Rome
• The Italy of the Romans
• The revolt of the Italic people
• Romanisation
• Rome, Greek city
• The world in Rome
• The repression of the Bacchanalia
• Jews and Romans
• From possessions to citizens
TEMPLE OF ROMULUS
• The Roman breed: inventions of Rome and Romans, from politics to cinema.

As they work their way through the exhibition, visitors will repeatedly come across the words of writer Edoardo Albinati, offering short explanatory pieces that tell the story and comment on the exhibition’s main themes and some of the works on show.  
didactic tours for singles
didactic tours for groups
schools didactic tours

Services Colosseum

bookshop
locker room
accessible site

NEWS​

  • THE PARCO ARCHEOLOGICO DEL COLOSSEO IS READY TO REOPEN ON JUNE 1ST
    New ticketing and four keywords: security, accessibility, hospitality, emotions

  

NEWS​

  • THE PARCO ARCHEOLOGICO DEL COLOSSEO IS READY TO REOPEN ON JUNE 1ST
    New ticketing and four keywords: security, accessibility, hospitality, emotions

     
  • DAYS WITH ADMISSION FREE

The direction of the archeological park of the Colosseum determined some free days without pre-sale.
More info on the web page of Colosseo, Foro Romano e Palatino.
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 and  Chartago exhibition  will not be accessible to the public.
 

  • TICKET OFFICE OF THE ARCH OF TITUS

The access gate Arco di Tito will be used  for access to the site, not an exit.
 

  • QUARTERLY OPENING JANUARY-FEBRUARY-MARCH 2020

Due to the launch of the new ticketing of the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum from next January 1, 2020, unlike what has been previously communicated, the opening of the sale of the Forum Pass Super and Full Experience tickets is postponed to December 27, 2019, in the same modalities previously communicated.

Friday, December 27 at 16:00
Full Experience tickets pre-sale with Arena access, available quarterly for January, February and March 2020 and monthly for January 2020 both online and call center.
Each customer can book a maximum of 50 items for the same date.

Forum Pass Super ticket pre-sale from January 1st 2020.
Friday, December 27 at 17:00
Full Experience tickets pre-sale with Underground access, available quarterly for the months of January, February and March 2020 and monthly for the month of January 2020 only online.
Each customer can book a maximum of 25 items for the same date.
Each customer can book a maximum of 6 items for the same time.

MONTHLY OPENING FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2020
Pre sale of ordinary tickets with scheduled ordinary entrance of the Colosseum, both online and call center
7 January 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability of February
4 February 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability of March

Full experience tickets with scheduled time admission to the Colosseum arena, both online and call center
8 January 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability for the month of February
6 February 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability for the month of March

Full Experience ticket presale with scheduled entrance time to the basement of the Colosseum ONLY ON LINE
8 January 2020 at 17:00 in the monthly availability for the month of February
6 February 2020 at 17:00 in the monthly availability for the month of March

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
Ticket for Colosseum and full experiece ticket - stern entrance 
Every Monday at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) new tickets for the following week

MONHTLY OPENING
Ticket for Colosseum and full experiece ticket - stern entrance 
Every first Tuesday of the month  at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) fot the following month
Undergrond ticket and englisk language tour 
Every first Thursday of the month  at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) fot the following month

Services Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

bookshop
accessible site

NEWS​

  • THE PARCO ARCHEOLOGICO DEL COLOSSEO IS READY TO REOPEN ON JUNE 1ST
    New ticketing and four keywords: security, accessibility, hospitality, emotions

     
  • DAYS WITH ADMISSION FREE

The direction of the archeological park of the Colosseum determined some free days without pre-sale.
More info on the web page of Colosseo, Foro Romano e Palatino.
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 and  Chartago exhibition  will not be accessible to the public.
 

  • TICKET OFFICE OF THE ARCH OF TITUS

The access gate Arco di Tito will be used  for access to the site, not an exit.
 

  • QUARTERLY OPENING JANUARY-FEBRUARY-MARCH 2020

Due to the launch of the new ticketing of the Archaeological Park of the Colosseum from next January 1, 2020, unlike what has been previously communicated, the opening of the sale of the Forum Pass Super and Full Experience tickets is postponed to December 27, 2019, in the same modalities previously communicated.

Friday, December 27 at 16:00
Full Experience tickets pre-sale with Arena access, available quarterly for January, February and March 2020 and monthly for January 2020 both online and call center.
Each customer can book a maximum of 50 items for the same date.

Forum Pass Super ticket pre-sale from January 1st 2020.
Friday, December 27 at 17:00
Full Experience tickets pre-sale with Underground access, available quarterly for the months of January, February and March 2020 and monthly for the month of January 2020 only online.
Each customer can book a maximum of 25 items for the same date.
Each customer can book a maximum of 6 items for the same time.

MONTHLY OPENING FEBRUARY AND MARCH 2020
Pre sale of ordinary tickets with scheduled ordinary entrance of the Colosseum, both online and call center
7 January 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability of February
4 February 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability of March

Full experience tickets with scheduled time admission to the Colosseum arena, both online and call center
8 January 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability for the month of February
6 February 2020 at 16:00 in the monthly availability for the month of March

Full Experience ticket presale with scheduled entrance time to the basement of the Colosseum ONLY ON LINE
8 January 2020 at 17:00 in the monthly availability for the month of February
6 February 2020 at 17:00 in the monthly availability for the month of March

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
Ticket for Colosseum and full experiece ticket - stern entrance 
Every Monday at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) new tickets for the following week

MONHTLY OPENING
Ticket for Colosseum and full experiece ticket - stern entrance 
Every first Tuesday of the month  at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) fot the following month
Undergrond ticket and englisk language tour 
Every first Thursday of the month  at 5.00 pm (UTC+1) fot the following month

Info and booking

06 399 67 700

Roma Caput Mundi
Una città tra dominio e integrazione

Coopculture

Where


Roma

Colosseum

Roma, Piazza del Colosseo

Metro: Line B - "Colosseo" 
Bus: Line 75 - 81 - 673 - 175 - 204
Tram: Line 3

Roman Forum and Palatine Hill

Roman ForumLargo della Salara Vecchia 5/6
Palatine Hill: Via di San Gregorio 30


Metro: Line B stop Colosseo
Bus: n. 75, 81, 673, 175, 204; Tram 30

Colosseo 
Curia Iulia 
Tempio del Divo Romolo nel Foro romano

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Una città tra dominio e integrazione


Roma

Coopculture

Hours

Hours Details

08.30 - 16.30 from January 2 to February 15

08.30 - 17.00 from February 16 to March 15

08.30 - 17.30 from March 16 to last Saturday of March

08.30 - 19.15 from last Sunday of March to August 31

08.30 - 19.00 from September 1 to September 30

08.30 - 18.30 from October 1 to last sunday of October

08.30 - 16.30 from the last sunday of October to December 31

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Roma Caput Mundi
Una città tra dominio e integrazione


Roma

Coopculture

Ticket Office

Admission ticket
  • - Full € 12
  • - Reduced € 7.50
Reservation Fee
  • Individuals
    ticket on line € 1.50
    print@home: € 2.00

    For groups
    Reservation required, € 21.00 (included radio - guide) - up to 50 persons. 
    Reservation includes entrance for 14 persons. From 15 to 50 you have to pay  € 1.50 each person at the ticket office. 


    Schools, reservation required € 10.00 up to 50 pax
Didactic Tours and other Services to buy
  • INDIVIDUAL GUIDED TOUR - Roma Caput Mundi - Sunday and holidays

    timetable: 10.30am exhibition tour to the Colosseo
    timetable: 12.00pm exhibition tour to the Foro Romano
    language: italian
    reservation: to the ticket office
    price: € 5.50

    GUIDED TOUR for groups - Roma Caput Mundi
    timetable: on request
    language: italian, english, french, spanish, german
    reservation: required
    price: € 130.00
    duration: 1h 15min. 
    partecipants: up to 30 pax 
    Itinerary for groups Colosseo+ exhibition Roma Caput Mundi 2h € 200.00

    reservation : +39 06 399 67 450 


    GUIDED TOUR for schools- Roma Caput Mundi


    timetable: on request
    language: italian, english, french, spanish, german
    reservation: required
    price: € 130.00
    duration: 1h 15min. 
    partecipants: up to 30 pax 


    reservation : +39 06 399 67 200

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