(1835 - 1909)
1835. Marco Ezechia Lombroso, called Cesare, was born on 6 November in Verona to a family of Jewish merchants.
Room 9The exit corridor sums up some of the most important arguments touched by Lombroso (genius, madness, spiritualism, women's issues).
The year 2009, the centenary of the death of Cesare Lombroso, founder of criminal anthropology, saw the renovation of “his” unique museum. The collections include anatomical specimens, drawings, photographs, examples of material evidence, written documents, and valuable craft and artistic works created by asylum and prison inmates.