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Dramatic Aspirations at Villa Borghese: The Theatrics of Bernini's Sculptural Group
This paper focuses on both the display and subject matter of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s sculptures at Villa Borghese in Rome, Italy. Utilizing research with primary source material, including biographical accounts of Bernini’s ...
Plastered Crania and Community Rituals in the Pre-Pottery Neolithic Levant
During the Pre-Pottery Neolithic, complicated mortuary ritual developed in the Levant, which expanded upon traditions of earlier time periods. During the earlier Natufian and Pre-Pottery Neolithic A periods there was already ...
A Bridge of Curiosity and Conflict: How Egyptology Connected Europe and Egypt
Egyptology was both a major reason for and a way in which Europeans interacted with Egypt and its people. Egyptology acted as a sort of connective tissue between Egypt and Europe. Changes, both cultural and political, in ...