On the Nature of Archaeological Knowledge, Photography, Narrative, and Time
Written by Sofia Parkinson Klimaschewski. The practice of archaeology is one that has been recorded through photography for over a hundred years. But how do we unpack archaeological photography, and how do these photographs themselves become artefacts?
“Let them Hate as Long as They Fear”: The Madness of Gaius Caligula
Written by Tristan Craig. Few Roman emperors invoke visceral reaction like Caligula. Infamous for supposedly naming his horse a consul and trying to “bridge” the Bay of Baiae, what lies behind the image of Caligula? How should his “madness” best be approached?