Local farmers will offer diary and bee products, bread and einkorn and emmer wheat foods. Masters will demonstrate ancient crafts like coin minting, pottery, knitting, jewellery production. Glass paintings, quilling and decoupage art, and objects of natural materials and beads will also be sold.
Visitors can try ancient Roman foods – lentils, oat, olives, fish, pork with spices such as parsley, ginger, hogweed, dill, black pepper. There will be also wine and beer, a must on the Roman table.
Guests will also see how young Roman legionaries received their weapons, took their oath, trained. Street actors and storytellers will care for the good mood at the Roman market.
Regional Museum of History – Ruse is the organiser of the Roman market.