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Sala permanent de Cultura Ibèrica
- Sala IRoom I shows the importance of the Mediterranean Sea in antiquity through objects from the colonies of Ibiza and Ampurias, dating from the sixth century B.C to the second century B.C.
- Sala IIThis room offers a general introduction to the Iberian Culture. Who were the Iberians and which were the most significant social and material changes associated to these groups?
- Sala IIIRoom III takes us into the daily life of Iberian cities through the example of La Bastida de les Alcusses, Moixent.
- Sala IVA house re-creation takes us into the Iberian domestic space.
- Sala VRoom V addresses the funerary rituals, types of tombs and their social meaning, as well as cults in domestic spaces and in cave-shrines.
- Sala VIThis room focuses on the exploration of the ancient city of Edeta (Tossal de Sant Miquel, Lliria) and the territorial and socio-economic organization that was established with other Iberian settlements at the Camp de Turia.
- Sala VIIRoom VII shows the Iberian epigraphic collection consisting of painted, incised and engraved texts on various media such as vessels, sheets of lead or stone steles.
- Sala VIIIRoom VIII shows Greek, Punic and Roman Republican coins and the first four Valencian mints: Arse-Saguntum (Sagunto), Saiti (Xativa), Kelin (Los Villares) and Kili.