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Ancient Capua was founded by the Etruscans in the fifth century BC, and was on the Via Appia, making it the most important city in the area. It was home to, among other things, the famous gladiatorial school that became the scene of the famous Spartacus revolt.
The Campania Museum Complex includes the amphitheater, a museum, and the underground mithraeum, one of the most beautiful and important sanctuaries dedicated to the god Mithras found anywhere in the world.
Old Capua Archaeological Circuit:
Entry time: 9:00 – 16:00. Closed on Mondays
€ 2.50 (You can visit also Archaeological Museum of Ancient Capua, Amphitheater Campano, Museum of Gladiators and Mitreo)