The Archaeological Museum Lametino is an archaeological museum located in the city of Lamezia Terme. It is housed on the first floor of the monumental complex of San Domenico in the ancient convent of the Dominican fathers. The museum welcomes many finds found in several plain lametine sites through which it is possible to follow the historical dynamics of the territory from the Palaeolithic to the late-medieval age, divided into three sections: prehistoric, classical, medieval age. The tour begins with the prehistoric section dedicated to the local scholar Dario Leone. In this section are exposed the oldest instruments used by the first paleolithic hunters who lived in Calabria and various materials representing the signs of the presence of neolithic farmers in the lamethane plain. The series of obsidian instruments, and various fragments of ceramics with complex and elegant geometric decorative motifs imprinted belong, however, to the Neolithic. The treasuries of the first hall are depicted by the three monetary treasures that summarize the history of political and economic relations that affected the lame plain. In particular, the first is a bunch of coins unearthed in Polveracchio's town of Acquafredda, important because it is the oldest treasure found in Magna Grecia and because it indicates that at the end of the 6th century BC the plain was under the influence of Sibari and that it had commercial relations with indigenous communities, as evidenced by the presence of a silver coin included in the nest. The second, found in Curinga at Serrone, opens up a new political perspective for the plain area at the beginning of the fifth century BC It is Crotone to have hegemony on the plain where it founded the city of Terina, widely represented in the coins of the third a nursery retrieved at Sant'Eufemia Vetere in Bosco Amatello. Two important bronze epigraphic documents referring to the city of Terina are also present in this section, the first dated to the middle of the fifth century BC. confirms the filial of Terina by Crotone, mentioning a magisterial charge present in the mother city, the second instead, a will, offers a breakdown of the far-reaching society. It comes from one of the necropolis of the town of Terina, located in the territory of Gizzeria, a red-haired hydria with scenes of bridal toiletries dating from 380 to 370 BC In the second room are exposed objects from chora (territory) of the ancient city, but above all the materials recovered through surface collections during recent excavations. These are, in particular, items of common use attesting to the various male and female activities that took place inside the (home) and materials related to trade and trade in products. Among the materials of the Greek age, we note a bronze nail with inscription recovered in the area of Capo Suvero of Gizzeria Lido. The medieval section has three important monuments on the territory of Lamezia Terme: the little church of the saints. Forty Martyrs, the Benedictine Abbey of Santa Maria and the Norman-Swabian Castle. From the first, of which two important constructive phases are attested, there is a glass bottle of the VI-VII century, objects found in an early medieval burial ground and some angioedonian coins. The excavation of the abbey has allowed chronologically and typologically framing the structure of the church among those made by Normans in Southern Italy. From the Benedictine Abbey there are some architectonic elements in marble and stone, fragments of painted plaster (XIV and XVII century) and pieces of pavement found in the presbytery area of the church, where an extraordinary weave fabric was made in the Norman age known models and symbols. testimony of the life that is being realized inside, and the architectural elements.