The collections of the Museum of the Castro de Viladonga come, almost exclusively, from the excavations made in the hillfort since 1972. The chronological range embraces mostly from the II to the V century, even if some pieces are from the II and I century B.C. Since 2013, the Museum is depositary of the archaeological materials from the excavations made both in the city and in the province of Lugo. The museum’s pieces catalogue can be consulted in the webpage of the Red Digital de Colecciones de Museos de España (Digital web of Collections of Spain's Museums) (CER.ES). Shown below are the files of some highlighted pieces.

Wall and base of Roman ceramic bowl (Terra Sigillata Hispánica)

Pin or clasp

Flat based amphora. Roman Common Ceramic

Brooch with human face

Votive altar to the Lares Viales

Scabbard decoration

Spokeshave or blade

Horse bit or rein support

Castro de Viladonga

Aucissa-type fibula

Spindle whorl

Ornament with lion head

Heel axe

Castro culture ceramic pot

Medium-sized pot with a large mouth

Six-handled pot

Roman ceramic dish

Roman ceramic dish

Antenna dagger

Comb or "ripo"

Stand or base for bucket or “sítula”

Belt buckle

Fragment from a tégula or flat roof tile

Castro Culture ceramic jug

Weight of thatch roof

Bell for cattle


Mouth, shoulder and part of the body of a green glass bottle

Edge and wall of decorated Castro culture ceramic

Roman ceramic jug

Torques or rigid collar open


Gold ring

Jet ring

 Augustus Denarius (27 a.C.-14 d.C.)

Antoninianus coin

Semis of Fausta (307-326 d.C.)

Follis of Constancio II

Solidus coin

Board with chips or calculi


  • Viladonga, 27259 - Castro de Rei (Lugo)
    Galicia, España
    N 43º 09' 38.97" W 7º 23' 19.32"
  • 982 870 160

Cofinanciado polo Fondo Europeo de Desenvolvemento Rexional