The Domus Aeternae

The senses tell of the boy’s sarcophagus

The treasures of the Girgentana goats

In recent years it has been discovered that the milk of the Girgentana goats produces fine cheese with a delicate and particular taste given by the mixture of typical Sicilian flavours.
Some examples are the mbriaca, a caciotta cheese that is immersed in Nero d’Avola wine; cinniri cheese, which is left to rest in the ashes of almond wood; and ficarra, a stracchino cheese refined in fig leaves.

The pathos in the Sarcophagus of the Child

Observing the Sarcophagus of the Child means surrendering to the narrative present on its sides.
Through a skilful play of light and shadow on white marble, the sculptors have given the story an emotional appeal that leaves no for indifference: the face of the woman who leans over the body of the child, to caress his face, is full of emotion.

From Akragas to Agrigentum

The provincial layout of Sicily

Vegetation in the Gardens

The Roman necropolis

The domus, guardians of private life

The Living Almond Museum

The cult of the Emperor

Moments of leisure: the theatre

Works for the muses: the mosaics of the Hellenistic-Roman quarter

The tomb of Theron

Mens sana in corpore sano: the gymnasium of Agrigento

The life of young people in Roman times

The Oratory of Phalaris

Hellenistic heritage on the streets of Agrigentum

The ancient port of Agrigentum

The Punic Wars and the final conquest of Akragas

The driver of Agrigentum’s well-being

The gods of Agrigento

The forum in the city of the Akragantines

Cicero’s account: Agrigentum in In Verrem

An exceptional discovery: the thermal baths of Agrigentum

The wellness centres of the Romans

Roman affairs

The Hellenistic-Roman quarter

The centre of politics in Agrigentum

The sarcophagus of the Child

A Sanctuary for the Latin gods

The theatre of origins

The Romans settle in Agrigentum

Breathing in world heritage together

The Kolymbetra Garden

Politics comparison: Akragas and Agrigentum