Category Archives: Ancient Greek Architecture

Victorian Visualisations of Rome – Lawrence Alma-Tadema

In Britain there is a long cultural and artistic tradition of visualising and “reconstructing” the past. In late 19th century England this was famously and influentially practiced by the painter Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema whose images of scenes from ancient Roman … Continue reading

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3D Printing Historic Buildings

On my last visit to Athens a couple years ago the opportunity arose to have a good, close look again at the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates. As my students will know this is a fourth century BC classical Greek monument … Continue reading

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