In July, enjoy the best archaeo-food in Tuscany

 
Cortona - Piazza della Repubblica
Cortona - Piazza della Repubblica
What did the Etruscans and the Romans eat? Which ingredients, what dishes and when? For the entire month of July, museums, parks and all the other archaeological sites of Tuscany will offer amazing night tours and events bringing together old and contemporary. At Archaeological nights 2013 you will have also the opportunity to taste the most ancient flavors repurposed by the best local restaurants. Here are some examples of the most tasty events: CORTONA (Arezzo) Local restaurants offer special dishes inspired by the Etruscan culinary tradition From July 20 to July 30 MAEC - Museo dell’Accademia Etrusca e della città di Cortona info@cortonamaec.org Palazzo Casali, Piazza Signorelli 9 LA TUFA (Arezzo) “Otium” and military life in ancient Rome (banquets and battles of the Roman legions) July 24, at 5:00 pm info@cortonamaec.org DICOMANO (Florence)

Etruscan dinner July, 13 Museo archeologico comprensoriale di Dicomano Piazza della Repubblica 3 cultura@comune.dicomano.fi.it

FIESOLE (Florence) Etruscan dinner July, 13 Museo civico archeologico Scavi e Teatro Romano Via Portigiani 1 infomusei@comune.fi esole.fi .it  
Fiesole: Roman Amphitheatre - Photo credits: marissabrett on Instagram
Fiesole: Roman Amphitheatre - Photo credits: marissabrett on Instagram
SESTO FIORENTINO (Florence) "Aperi-dinner" Roman style July, 9 Centro Commerciale Centro Sesto Area ristorazione ed area archeologica del parcheggio CECINA (Livorno) Beer tasting with Fabio Nesi: from Mesopotamia to our days July, 14 Museo della vita e del lavoro della Maremma Settentrionale Via F. D. Guerrazzi Località San Pietro in Palazzi   ARTIMINO (Prato) The Etruscan banquet July 27, 9:30 pm Museo archeologico di Artimino “Francesco Nicosia” Località Artimino BERARDENGA (Siena) The first bread: eating like our Neolithic ancestors July 13, 5:30 pm Museo del paesaggio Via del Chianti 61