Palazzo Vescovile Tel.
Responsible: Dr. Rosanna Caputo
This is a little gem among
museums, gathering marble and wooden objects from the
Roman era, probably originally from the ancient
Hipponion, a Roman town not far from Mileto. In the
medieval section you can admire the sarcophagus of the
second wife of Roger I, Eremburga, who died in Mileto in
1089. On the second floor there is a silver colllection,
textiles, sculptures and pieces of art - all supposed to
have been created by the mysteriously unknown
"Maestro of Mileto".