Many bits and pieces – mostly decorated stones like capitals and corbels – of romanesque churches that were rebuilt or demolished ended up in local or national museums. Like the churches, only the museums I have visited are listed here.
This museum has many romanesque items, however unfortunately photographing is not allowed.Coimbra - Museu Nacional de Machado de Castro
Dating provided by the museum.Guimarães - Museu Alberto Sampaio
Dating provided by the museum.Guimarães - Museu Martins Sarmento
The museum’s lapidarium is mainly dedicated to the archaeological finds of the Citânia de Briteiros and similar settlements. There are also a couple of romanesque capitals, all of unknown origin but most likely from Guimarães and around.Vila Viçosa - Museu de Arqueologia
The museum is mainly dedicated to older archaeological finds (Stone Age to Roman Age) in the region. The font is lent to the museum by a private owner, who bought it sometime in the 1950s in an antique shop in Alcobaça. Where it is from is unknown, but most likely from that area.