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Josiah Wedgewood and his friends. They were the most brilliant group in England, and quite possible the most eccentric. Many of them are forgotten today- but some of them changed the world… …It is characteristic of their dual interests that … Continue reading
The end of the innocence. Monotheism completely changed the aesthetics of the Roman Empire and art in general. Tiberius was at the cusp of those changes, but even he could not foresee its impact… It began as a construction project … Continue reading
The cave of Tiberius. Twelve thousand fragments in an Emperor’s sculpture gallery made a jigsaw puzzle for archaeologists. 1957. With every scoop of the shovel, the archaeologists became more certain that they had located what had once been the gallery … Continue reading