The Sarcophagus of the Spouses is a prime example of Etruscan culture and their funerary practices.
A 1-billion dollar dam project. A massive freight ship. And a museum director pleading his case at a government hearing. […]
February 28th, 2021 by Lauren Sulger “The Mona Lisa of Mesopotamia” The mask of Warka is known to be the […]
Sophie and The Temple The Temple of Dendur was an object of my imagination. To a shorter-than-average kid, it seemed […]
It’s the 9th century BCE, and you’re an Assyrian king. As you walk into the palace built for you, you […]
Standing in her glory just off of 81st street – right across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art […]
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Today we will look closely at two more monuments intended to glorify kings, created about 500 years apart. Building on […]
Why are so many of the objects we studied in this unit in European or American museums? Readings: Neil MacGregor, […]
Another visual account of a major recent battle, represented by the winners. How does this example compare to some of […]