06 Dec 2020
After a brief period of down time, the website is now back online. Moving forward, I will be writing new content over time. I appreciate your patience and thanks for visiting.
Culture, Art and Society
12 May 2020
Pantheon is one of the most significant and best-preserved monuments of Ancient Rome also known as The temple of all Gods, it is unclear exactly who was actually worshipped here but the structure has been an enduring source of inspiration to famous architects and artists during the Renaissance. In any case, there's no mistaking here - there's more to this than meets the eye!
Tags: ancient societies, art and society
28 April 2020
In a world without antibiotics, what methods were employed by ancient people in order to treat infections, illnesses and injuries?
Tags: ancient societies
22 April 2020
Bratislava may have evolved from its days as a Nazi puppet state and a coronation city of Hungarian kings in the wake of Ottoman conquests in south eastern Europe leaving an indelible mark on the Danubian culture that would serve to nourish in years ahead. On 1 January 1993 the city had found itself in a strong favourable position as the new role as capital of newly independent Slovakia. And so, ever since, it has become the laid back frontier of Slovakia carving its own niche in Central Europe.
Tags: culture, art and society
01 April 2020
Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet" may well be a work of fiction, however, it's no cliché.. it has inspired a constant flow of romantics from all walks of life all over the world and Casa di Giulietta remains one of the most popular sites to visit in Italy. Juliet's balcony arose from the first dialog in Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy - one of the most performed scenes in the history of theatre!
Tags: art, shakespeare
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