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... in Rome in the Trastevere area and we are going to the show (begins at 10.30 pm – will I stay awake??). Too much to eat but wonderful day.
Saturday: Slept in, did the washing and then went into Cisterna to do some shopping – once again mainly for gifts including for Antonietta. It was quite busy in there today but good to see. Light lunch at home and hanging around doing organizational things ...
... on a steep slope required innovations in bringing a sufficient water supply, which resulted in beautifully constructed cascades, water tanks, troughs and pools, water jets and fountains in the gardens of the villa. The short trip from Hadrian’s Villa to the Villa ...
... of the middle columns and a few of the columns have been exposed in the foyer area. There are displays of statues and burial caskets and many items used within the temple. Some of the statues are very detailed - see the photo of the two bronze boys, the detail is quite astonishing when you consider that this was made 3000 years ago and the actual statue is only about 5 centimetres high! This was a very interesting museum and it ...
Today has been quite the day... Phew. Thankfully classes started later today, not until 9:45. Western Civilization I and Western Theological Tradition, West Civ definitely being more exciting of the two. Topic of the day was Sparta and Athens societies. After classes I grabbed a sack lunch and got on the bus by 1:30 to head into Rome for People and Places. We went to Palazzo Doria Pamphilj where we got to see the family's art collection (people ...
... It wasn't in the presentation, or some bribe to like the class, I am just genuinely excited for the philosophers and the critical summaries to have allotted time each day to "engage philosophically with what it means to be you" (Dr. Tullius). Philosophy was followed by Dr. Moran and Lit Trad III. Honestly despite the number of books/plays we'll be reading, the connection they have to the places we'll visit and with ...