Category Archives: Latin

Beyond the Past: sponsoring cultural heritage in Rome

The other day, as I viewed the new exhibit, L’eta’ dell’equilibrio, in the Capi­to­line Muse­ums, I pleas­antly came across the ongo­ing con­ser­va­tion project of the Mar­forio statue in the court­yard of the Brac­cio Nuovo.   The colos­sal, reclin­ing river god became… Con­tinue read­ing

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Living History in Rome day by day

Liv­ing in Rome has proved to be an excit­ing adven­ture over the past 20 years, more inter­est­ing than I could have imag­ined.  (And way more inter­est­ing than what appears on real­ity TV– House Hunters– how­ever enter­tain­ing that was). Now, as… Con­tinue read­ing

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Finding a “dead language” alive and well in the Eternal City

Roman cul­ture in all of its man­i­fes­ta­tions, comes alive through the graces of the Rome HBO series, slick CGI pro­duc­tions, and sweep­ing crane shots from HD cam­eras cour­tesy of  Nat Geo and the His­tory Chan­nel to view the houses of… Con­tinue read­ing

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