Friday, May 26, 2017

an amphora, a ship of tolerance and a few other Roman things

An amphora in the wall of the Capo di Bove - a Roman villa on the Appian Way - an excursion decidedly complicated and truncated by a non-functioning 118 bus service, but at least (long-time longing fulfilled - I've previously only gone and sketched in the Baths of Caracalla (like a good C19th traveler) - I got to see the Appian Way.  

Back near our hotel, the art school has developed a huge Ship of Tolerance (much needed).

Down the road is a strange installation in a dead tree;

and understandably, I couldn't resist a few more of the spooky dolls.

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