Located in Ibiza's Old Town, this museum in a former arsenal houses the world's most important collection of Punic remains. It contains pottery and other artifacts from prehistoric sites in Formentera and Ibiza, and Punic terra-cotta figurines and other items from the sanctuaries of Illa Plana (7th-5th c. B.C.) and Cuieram (4th-2nd c. B.C.). Also on display are vases, figurines, and other Carthaginian artifacts found in the island's burial grounds. Examples of Roman epigraphs, sculpture, and small glass bottles are included in the exhibit. Other displays include Moorish artifacts (10th-13th c. A.D.), Christian wooden and stone sculptures, plus 14th- to 16th-century ceramics.
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- Plaça de Catedral 3
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