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Flickering Flames and Shifting Shadows: Roman Perception of the Villa via Artificial Lighting

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MLC 153

Join C. Dane Kreeft, Graduate student of the Classics Department, as his talk analyzes the relationship between artificial lighting and wall art inside the domus/villa. In doing so, it also explores a greater understanding of the perception of wall art within a setting and context authentic to a contemporary Roman's experience. 

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