Return to the National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia “RomArché. Talk about Archeology”

ROME – After two years of silence due to the pandemic, it returns to the area by European Archeology Dayson June 18 and 19, al The National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia the eleventh edition of “RomArché. Talk about archeology”, The festival of books and ancient history, with a particularly evocative theme, rebirth.

The event, organized by Dià Cultura Foundation and the National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giuliais an annual festival dedicated to archeology, especially to tools for historical dissemination (books, workshops, re-enactment, performance).

The event has always had as its central element the exhibition of the book on archeology, anthropology, history and art history. The direct participation of publishers in the sector brings every year the presence of the latest editorial productions with a rich program of in-depth cultural events: book presentations, conferences, workshops, debates, guided tours and conferences in the presence of important publishers of sector and renowned researchers.

2022 edition

Exhibition area (Hemicycle and gardens in MNETRU). The heart of the event is the exhibition of sector books and realities that are active in historical communication. In the exhibition area, in addition to the publishers, there are also stations for developers of new technologies for archaeological improvement, cultural associations and institutions active in the promotion of cultural heritage, associations and groups of re-enactment that exhibit and tell about manufactured products. with ancient techniques.

Among Exhibitswill be present: Arbor Sapientiae; Archeolibri – Lozzi Group; Short fields; Alatri municipality; Dielle Forlag; EGA – Entertainment Games Apps; Roman historical group; The dream blower; MMC editions; nymph; Pages in progress; Traveler

Conferences (Hall of Fortune by MNETRU). “Rebirths. The paths of archeology, anthropology, museology, art. Specialists archaeologists, anthropologists, historians, writers, art historians, discuss the theme of the edition “The Rebirth”.

During the conference cycle, the new magazine from the Dià Cultura Foundation, which is also a media partner for the initiative, will be presented to the public: “Archaeologists &. History, Anthropology, Museology, Art“. It is an online scientific journal with cultural information accompanied by an in-depth monographic quarterly magazine, which can be downloaded free of charge from the website www.rivistarcheologie.info. in the various sections that make up the editorial project.

The in-depth quarterly magazine focuses from time to time on cultural issues or cultural sites that are considered to be of particular importance to the public by the reader. The first issue, which will be released on June 16, will be exclusively dedicated to the Appia Antica Archaeological Park and is edited by the director Simone Quilici and by Park staff.

In-depth activities (Hemicycle / Gardens / Sala della Fortuna by MNETRU). With the name of “Read in RomArchéAn in-depth study of relevant and current issues is carried out, which is divided into several related activities: meetings with archaeological protagonists, presentations of editorial news in the presence of the authors organized by the publishers who hosted the event, workshops on children and teenagers , special tours, day and night by the museum staff.We especially highlight: June 18 at 16.00 EGA – Entertainment Game Apps will present the new edition of the Etruscan festival! The story is told.To follow, at 17, meeting with Paolo Carafa (“Sapienza” – Rome University) e Valentino Nizzo (The National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia) talks about “Stories from contexts. Dialogues and reflections on the method “.

– Improvement activities (Hemicycle / gardens by MNETRU). Historical re-enactment events organized by the Suodales Association, Roman Historical Group and EGA-Entertainment Game Apps about the Etruscan and Roman world; a lecture event by the director “The Birth and Rebirth of the Etruscans”; an evening concert: “Rebirths at Sunset, Archeology Sings” by the Koob Choir, which will perform music by Schubert, Rachmaninoff, Attaignant, and ancient traditional songs.

Romarché of children (Hemicycle / Gardens by MNETRU). Experimental archaeological teaching workshops.

Saturday, June 18th

11.00-13.00 * The colors of the afterlife. Fresco laboratory (laboratory for experimental archeology with fresco technology)

16.00-17.30 ** Wine makes immortal: symbols and rituals from the afterlife with Francesca Montuori (The National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia)

18.00-19.30 * The solar boat and the symbols of rebirth on the Villanovan urns (laboratory for emulative archeology with embossed copper foil treatment)

Sunday, June 19th

11.00-13.00 * Sacrifice gifts to the gods. Ex voto of the Pantanacci scholarship (laboratory for experimental archeology of clay processing).

17.00-19.00 * Acquired as an archaeologist and restaurateur (laboratory for experimental archeology on first-order restoration techniques)

Age: children who have attended at least the first year of primary school (6-11 years)

* Workshops organized by the cultural association ChissàDove offered by EGA – Entertainment Game

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** Laboratory arranged by the museum’s educational services

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RomArché’s headquarters

The National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia

Piazzale di Villa Giulia 9 – Rom

Date

June 18 from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

June 19 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Admission to the National Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia, the venue of the event, includes an exceptionally reduced ticket of 3 euros for the whole day, which includes all the activities of the “RomArché. Archeology speaks”.

For young people aged 18 to 25, the ticket costs 2 euros. Admission is free for children under 18 and season ticket holders.

On the occasion of the Archeology Days on Saturday 18 June, the museum will be extraordinarily open until

Contact persons and information: Dià Cultura Foundation Mail: info@diacultura.org Tel .: +39 06 66990234

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