On 18 and 19 May in Crevalcore at Villa Ronchi the Venetians, the Etruscans, the Romans, the Carthaginians, the Ligurians, the Senones and the Galli Boii, will be present at the first edition of "Return to the ancient age".
These, in fact, the peoples recalled by the present historical groups, proposing a period that goes from the VII to the II sec. A. C.
Return to the Ancient Evo is a historical re-enactment event conceived by the Teuta Nertobacos Association, the Stonature Association and the Sempar Association in Baraca, created to promote the knowledge of our most ancient history through the tool of living history in the Crevalcore area, or the representation through flesh-and-blood people of historical events.
For two days visitors will in fact have the opportunity to walk among the historical camps, meet the populations that lived in Italy between the seventh and second centuries. a.c., discovering their everyday life in a real leap in time. The re-enactors will be available to the public to illustrate the various aspects of daily life and tell the use of so many objects that we often observe in the museum cases that you can see here during their use. Many reproductions of finds will be present, with which visitors will have the opportunity to interact. History will be the protagonist, but not only: there will also be numerous handicraft banquets, food stands inspired by Celtic culture and local flavors, music and shows.
A multi-age event in the ancient era, where it will be possible to listen to numerous didactics and participate in many activities for children.
The evening of Saturday 18 May will be enlivened by the notes of the Jimmy & Scots Folk Band starting from 21:30, a Bolognese group that offers traditional Irish music.
At the food stand and the tavern, you will be able to eat traditional Emilian cuisine and ancient ages.
Possibility of free camping for the public who can therefore enjoy the entire weekend, plunging into the magical atmosphere of the ancient age and in the evening sitting around the fires lit in the historic fields.