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Museo Diocesano e del Codex 
Via Arcivescovado, 5
87067 - Rossano (Cs) 
Mail: info@museocodexrossano.it Tel./Fax. 0983.525263 
Cell. 340.4759406
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The Museum And The Rooms
The new museum is made up of two sections separated by a directional corridor. One section is entirely dedicated to the Codex Purpures, while the other is dedicated to the history of the diocese through the centuries
 
Path I
The Codex Purpureus (ROOMS 09 - 10 - 11)
The section dedicated to the Codex Purpureus is made up of three rooms [rooms 09 -10 - 11], two of them are propedeutic to the understanding of the Codex   [11]. In the “Codex” room the precious manuscript is shown in a new innovative showcase, next to it one will find a multimedia browser with continuous projection of the illuminations in high definition.
Nearby rooms [ 09 - 10], that can be visited before or after seeing the Codex, will contain video projections, touch screens and didactic panels with deeper information about the Codex for those who are eager to broaden their knowledge about the manuscript.
 
 Path II
The diocesan museum and the city of Rossano through the centuries 
The second section offers a chronological and themed sequence of the pieces, and also traces an historical profile of the city of and of the diocese through the most important masterpieces of the museum
 

ROOM 02:  Antiquity and the Middle ages. Byzantine Rossano

ROOM 03: Renaissance Rossanoe
 

ROOM 04: Mannerism and Baroque Rossano

ROOM 5: The cult of the Achiropita

ROOM  06-07: Rossano in the XVIII and XIX century – Silverware collection













 
Museo Diocesano e del Codex - Via Arcivescovado, 5 87067 – Rossano (Cs)