In Cesena downtown, the Chiostro di S. Francescohas got halls for the Museo Archeologico, that includes Roman materials related to Curva Caesena settlement and its territory. In particular there are fragments of armors (late empire), a decorated bronze plate, a bronze belt, a stone of 'Figulos the Bonos' (III century a.C.), the stele of C.Salvius Secundus (II century), a sarcophagus and cover of necropolis(IV-V century) and an architrave fragment.
The site, located by all Itineraries at a distance of 20 miles from Rimini, took its name from the large curve that Via Aemilia had to get around the base of hill Garampo and stood at the point where the road coming up the River Savio abandoned the plain path to go into the Apennines valley. Of particular interest, the ceramics and the two silver plates recovered in IV century in 1948 on the Garampo hill.
The Archaeological Museum is part of Route II - Via Aemilia
It's a road junction with Via Sarsinate (Itinerary V) and Via del Dismano (Itinerary VII)