The Archaeological Museum is divided between two distinguished centers : the sections Greek, Etruscan, Roman, barbaric and of the Gandhara are accommodated in the former Greater Monastery , in Magenta course instead, the Egyptian and prehistoric sections, and the Roman lapidary find, not a lot distant, in Castello Sforzesco , original center of all the Archaeological and Numismatic Collections. From this division it already appears the multishapes wealth of the collections, than beyond collecting the prestigious and rarest pieces like the 'Trivulzio' diatrete cup, testify of the artistic and domestic production of ancient civilizations, with particular attention to the Lombardic territory, from Golasecca to Milan, capital of Roman empire.The Archaeological Museum then distinguishes itself for the rich scientific activity and the careful publication on the single collections that compose it.