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Archaeology

A closer look at various ancient artifacts, such as vases, wall paintings, sculptures, and tombstones, in social, cultural, and historical contexts renders a deeper insight into the lives of the ancient Greeks and Romans.

The Dying Gaul (Galata Morente), housed within the “Hall of the Galatian” of the Capitoline Museum in Rome, Italy, is a sculpture like no other. The Museum describes the elements of the statue in this fashion: "...Shield, torques around the neck...

by Phil Horrigan '21

Pants, or trousers as our friends across the pond insist on calling them, have been around in some form for over 3000 years. The earliest pair was recently found in the grave of a Chinese horseback rider. The word “pants” itself comes from the name...