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Hunting Comparanda in Rome

Me with the tiger panel in the Capitoline Museum

I came to Rome to begin work on my dissertation, which focuses on the 4th century CE Basilica of Junius Bassus. Once a magnificent pavilion whose walls were covered in marble decoration, the Basilica has only a few pieces that survive: four large panels of opus sectile, or inlaid marble. Two of these show a […]

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Native American Voices at the Penn Museum