Mese: Settembre 2020

The Beautiful Funeral Jewels of the Celtic Women

According to the collective imaginary, the role of the woman in the Celtic society was not always highlighted; on the contrary, when we think about the Celts, what takes shape in our…

A 105 Years Old Ship becomes a Floating Mangrove Forest

The SS Ayrfield is one of the many disused ships in the bay of Homebush, on the Western side of Sydney, Australia. What distinguishes it from the other abandoned watercrafts though is…

Poppaea Sabina: the Femme Fatale who Bewitched Nero

The birth of Poppea (in Latin Poppaea Sabina), has been set between 30 and 32 AD, daughter of Titus Ollius (praetor during the ruling of Tiberius) and Poppaea Sabina the Elder. Of…

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