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The first Italian Congress of Public Archaeology was held in Florence at the end of October. It was promoted by the University of Florence and the Florence City Council, and organised by Chiara Bonacchi and Michele Nucciotti. As the organisers argued in their introductory speech, public archaeology is not something completely new to Italy, but still lacks a sound theoretical framework and a thorough evaluation of the diverse contributions of archaeology to the social, economic and culturaldoi:10.23914/ap.v3i0.34 fatcat:g22tdzk5k5f5bmi2rcv47xy62a