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A black-and-white image of the reverse of a diadrachm of Magas, dated 300–275 BCE, depicting the silphium plant, with a small crab on the right side and Greek letters interspersed in the branches of the plant.

Blog: Roe v. Wade, the GOP, and echoes of Augustus: Reproducing fascism

By Serena Witzke | Saturday, June 25, 2022
Gaius Gracchus addressing the plebeians. Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Blog: Impeachment and Republican Rome

By Serena Witzke | Thursday, February 18, 2021

Blog: Inscribed Memory, the Holocaust, and the Jewish Population of Rome

By Sarah Bond | Friday, October 18, 2019

Blog: Exploring the Newly Reopened Domus Transitoria, Nero’s First Palace on the Palatine Hill

By Agnes Crawford | Friday, October 11, 2019

Blog: Walk Like an Egyptian? How Modern Fashion Appropriates Antiquity

By Katherine Blouin | Monday, January 14, 2019
Roman Triumphal arch panel copy from Beth Hatefutsoth, showing spoils of Jerusalem temple. Image via Wikimedia under a CC BY-SA 3.0 License.

Blog: Roman Festivals in Rabbinic Literature and the intersection of Judaism and Rome

By Catherine Bonesho | Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Blog: Sites of Memory and Memories of Conflict: Imperial Rome, Jerusalem, and Nero

By Catherine Bonesho | Thursday, July 5, 2018
Trajan’s Column: detail of frieze reliefs (image via Flickr by MCAD under a CC BY 2.0)

Blog: Roma, Amor: Inside the Column of Trajan and Under the Pantheon Oculus

By Catherine Bonesho | Friday, June 1, 2018
Photo of newly reopened murals in the Domus Augusti by Agnes Crawford.

Blog: Exploring the Reopened House of Augustus on the Palatine

By Agnes Crawford | Friday, May 18, 2018
John Ochsendorf via MacArthur Foundation. Provided to Bonesho by John Ochsendorf.

Blog: An Interview with John Ochsendorf, New Director of the American Academy in Rome

By Catherine Bonesho | Sunday, March 25, 2018