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Panic! No, a disaster. I have to rewrite my proposal because 1) my questions aren’t right and 2) it’s still a bit unclear. I have one more week to do so before I have to hand it in. 253 more words

2501 paints new mural for the Light up Torpigna! project in Rome

Italian artist 2501 was recently in Rome where he painted this  interesting mural curated by Wunderkammern Gallery.
Titled Axonometry of the circle rendered through 2501’s signature style, visually stunning with an almost hypnotic line work in a monochromatic colour scheme that emphasizes his technique. 97 more words


The founding of Rome

Rome is known as the Eternal city, because of its long story. All began on the 21st of April, in 753 BC, when Romulus, according to the Latin historian Varro, established the settlement. 867 more words

Roman Empire

Hello, March.

It has been quite some time since my last post, and I apologize for that. The delay is mostly due to midterms—sometimes it’s easy to forget the “study” component of study abroad. 1,073 more words


Do Black People Focus on Ancient Egypt Too Much?

At Sincere Ignorance ancient Egyptian history isn’t the only African history we showcase. We talk about Northeast African civilizations period and their ancient influence on the Minoans, Greeks and Romans. 36 more words


Tempio di Esculapio at Villa Borghese in Rome

Photo of Tempio di Escualpio in Villla Borghese in Rome by Rebecca Price Butler

Article published by Rebecca Price Butler: http://champagne.tumblr.com/post/26532500620/tempio-di-esculapio-on-a-small-lake-in-the-middle

Tempio di Esculapio, on a small lake in the middle of the Villa Borghese park in Rome, near the BioPark and bird conservatory, that houses the statue of Aesclepius, the god of healing. 12 more words