The Roman’s Fair of Archaeological Publishing is a cultural event that presents an exposition of archaeology, anthropology, history and art history books published by the major Italian publishing houses of the sector.
The ultimate protagonist is the book meant as “the” symbol of culture even though it is not the only mean of expression explored during the event.
The Fair is always combined with many collateral events – book presentations, conferences, lectures, and debates - of high cultural and scientific value hosted in prestigious Roman museums or institutions. (2010/2011 – Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico “L. Pigorini”; 2012 - “Sapienza” – Università di Roma, Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome (KNIR), Academia Belgica and the British School at Rome; 2013 – the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia; 2014 – Trajan’s Markets – Museum of the Imperial Forums; 2015 – École française de Rome and the Domitian Stadium).