The "Girolamo Rossi" Archaeological Museum of Ventimiglia organizes the usual cycle of conferences "Ventimiglia and its territory from the origins to the present day", this year at the XXII meeting. It's dedicated this year to, on the occasion of 150 years since his arrival at La Mortola, Thomas Hanbury. It was created in collaboration with the City of Ventimiglia Culture Council, with the Intemelies Section of the International Institute of Ligurian Studies the Fondazione Livio Casartelli-Ippolita Perraro, with the Superintendence for the artistic and ethno-anthropological heritage of Liguria, with the University of Genoa and the Hanbury Botanical Gardens.
Also in this edition are authoritative the scheduled meetings: Saturday November 18 at 4 pm with "Thomas Hanbury, patron of archeology intemelia", in which Daniela Gandolfi, Director of the MAR and IISL / Archaeologist, will illustrate the many interventions and aid given by Hanbury to encourage archaeological research and to keep the finds found in the heritage of the city of Ventimiglia.
All appointments will take place in the "Emilio Azaretti" Polyvalent Hall of the Museum.