Some Plaster Casts at the University of Manchester

The Samuel Alexander building is a home to the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures (SALC), it has a wonderful collection of plaster casts of Ancient Greek Art. In this short post I am going to discuss three of the casts and talk about the history and symbolism of the originals and why plaster casts … Continue reading Some Plaster Casts at the University of Manchester

Read and Review – Visibility, Private Religion and the Urban Landscape of Amarna|Anna Stevens

For this week’s task I have to review Anna Stevens’ article ‘Visibility, Private Religion and the Urban Landscape of Amarna’ in 250 words. Below I include her abstract and my short review. “This short paper is concerned with private religion at Amarna, broadly considered as religion beyond official temple cult. It explores the visual influences—largely … Continue reading Read and Review – Visibility, Private Religion and the Urban Landscape of Amarna|Anna Stevens

Liverpool, Classical Architecture and Colonialism

In this blog post I discuss how Classical Reception influenced the Architecture of Liverpool. I'd like to thank Hardeep Dhinda for his help and advice on the topic, as it is one I wasn't familiar with. One of the reasons I became interested in the ancient world was due to how it still affects the … Continue reading Liverpool, Classical Architecture and Colonialism