The National Etruscan Museum promotes the development of research, documentation, information and study on its heritage, with particular regard to the items of the collections kept in storage (art. 3 of the Statute of the ETRU).
Access to the materials stored in the Museum's storerooms is allowed for research and/or study purposes, upon presentation of a request which must be addressed, at least 30 days in advance, to firstname.lastname@example.org, to the attention of the scientific curators of the relevant section.
The request must contain a detailed description of the project and/or work for which access to the storerooms is necessary, accompanied by a list of contexts and/or items to be examined.
It is a necessary and essential condition for access to be equipped with appropriate insurance coverage (on one’s own, or provided by the Body of affiliation) covering the risks of injury derived from the activity in the above-mentioned premises. Those who do not have insurance coverage provided by their institution must fill out the following disclaimer [download the file], to be taken with you on the first day of access to the storerooms.
Note: Access to the storerooms of the National Etruscan Museum must be in full compliance with the provisions of Law 81/2008 on safety in the workplace. No civil and/or criminal liability for damage to third parties (persons, things or animals) as a result of staying in the storerooms and premises of the Museum may be borne by ETRU.