The National Archaeological Museum in Pontecagnano is named after the "Etruscans of the Frontier" and houses artefacts found in the Villanovan and Etruscan-Campan centre of Pontecagnano. This is an extremely valuable heritage, largely consisting of artefacts from the 9,000 tombs discovered in the Pontecagnano necropolis area over a period of fifty years. The exhibition is divided into chronological sections documenting the eras from the Eneolithic to the Roman Age, offering insights into the city, necropolises, sanctuaries and craft production. A particularly important section is dedicated to the aristocracies of the Orientalizing Age (8th - 7th century B.C.), in reference to which some burials have been defined as 'princely' due to the composition and quality of the grave goods.