In the Piraeus area two ancient theatres (at Zea and Munichia) and remains of the ancient fortifications have been unearthed. The important finds in the Piraeus Museum are evidence of the city's prosperity. The Archaeological Museum is at No. 31 Harilaou Trikoupi Street. The main collection is made up of large numbers of funerary stelai, dating from the Classical to the Roman period, while there is a special room devoted to a reconstruction of a funerary monument of large proportions. Also on display is a series of reliefs of the Roman period showing subjects from the shield of Athena Parthenos on the Acropolis, but the Museum's most important exhibits are without doubt four bronze statues - of Apollo (530 BC), Athena (fourth century BC), and Artemis (fourth century BC), found in 1958.