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Categories Visual Arts History

Footprint of the emperors: a lecture by Dr. Tyler Lansford, Classics, CU Boulder

Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013 7:00p to 8:15p

Modern Rome is built on the foundations of its imperial predecessor – and the emperors were prodigious builders! Shockingly, it was in the Renaissance that most damage was done to the ancient city. In this illustrated talk, Tyler Lansford takes an in-depth look at the shifting fortunes of five major ancient buildings that have left a more or less dramatic mark on the modern layout of the eternal city. Sponsored by the dept. of Classics, CU Boulder, Mary McClanahan, and the Boulder Public Library

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