Prince Professor Giorgio Fabretti

photo by Kim Steele

Prince Prof. Giorgio Fabretti graduated with honors from the Sapienza University of Rome in Philosophy and Anthropology, he continued his studies at Oxford, Columbia, and UC Berkeley, with an approach that sees History and Archeology as fields of scientific and evolutionary Anthropology. For over 30 years he has worked as an anthropologist and journalist, often in war scenarios (Vietnam, Cambodia, Afghanistan, etc.). Seriously wounded on a mission (1990), he focused on university teaching and the care of the Raffaele Fabretti Foundation.

He inherited the title of “Prince of the Roman Antiquity,” from his ancestor Raffaele Fabretti (1618-1700), a founder of the Arcadian Academy and the Roman Archeology.

He collaborated with Antonio Cederna with whom he worked for the realization of the Appia Antica Regional Park. Since 1972 he has been working on a refoundation, on scientific and genetic grounds, of the Fruttarismo inspired by Mahatma Gandhi.