Next June the 17th, 6 to 8 pm, at Piazza Navona 49 – Roma, opening of the first Italian Museum of Homeopathy. Anonymous was here. You should have expected us.

The Museum of Homeopathy- Italia historical Archive, was born from a project of prof. Antonio Negro (1908 – 2010), founder of the Italian Academy of Homeopathy and LUIMO, leader of modern Italian Homeopathy. Most of the development of Italian Homeopathy is due to him.
The Museum is in Piazza Navona 49 in Rome, taking place where the Accademia Italiana di Medicina Omeopatica (AIMO) ha organized and developed its activity for 50 years, from 1953 to 2003.
The Homeopathy Museum is unique in Italy. In Europe, the only other homeopathy museum is located in Stuttgart in Germany at the Bosch Trust Institute for the History of Medicine, where the Samuel Hahnemann manuscripts are conserved.
The Italian Homeopathy Museum maintain documents of great historical interest. Many private archives form important homeopaths (Archivio Pompilj, Archivio Tosi, Archivio Galatzer, Archivio Negro)as well as other homeopaths of the XIX and XX centuries. That's why the museum has been promoted by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage. Many other archives, will be soon enrich the Museum.
The Museum library includes a rich collection of Homeopathy writings in many languages (Italian, German, French, English, Spanish). Of special interest the section of ancient Italian editions, including first editions printed during the XIX century and classified in the A.Negro-F.E.Negro: Bibliografia Omeopatica Italiana, Franco Angeli Ed. Roma,2007.
The Museum conserves the world largest collection (over 200 ) of homeopathic medicines Kits or Trousses, as well as other Memorabilia and documents concerning Homeopathy during the period spanning the XIX and XX centuries.
The Museum will promote expositions, meetings, seminars, scientific and didactic publications as a reference point for Homeopathy in Italy and Europe.
The Museum entry will be free and open to the researchers consultation.
At the occasion of the museum Inauguration the Italian Mail will print a commemorative stamp.
Please contact prof. Francesco Negro if you want to plan a visit (Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.)