Take a vicarious trip to Italy, Greece – ‘Sponsor a minute’ of travel with … – Port Townsend Leader

 Take a vicarious trip to Italy, Greece   Sponsor a minute of travel with ...   Port Townsend Leader
Take a vicarious trip to Italy, Greece – 'Sponsor a minute' of travel with
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“Not only are there the classical sites like the Roman forum, Pompeii and Athens' Acropolis and the Oracle of Delphi to explore, but all the Renaissance and Baroque painting and architecture as well – and the vital modern cities besides.

Three Images of Alexander the Great in Sculpture and Jewelery in Bonhams … – Art Daily

 Three Images of Alexander the Great in Sculpture and Jewelery in Bonhams ...   Art Daily
Three Images of Alexander the Great in Sculpture and Jewelery in Bonhams
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It is estimated to sell for £7000-9000 This piece was acquired by John Peter Deering, an eminent architect and Royal Academician of the early 19th Century, probably on a trip to Pompeii circa 1817. He also co-wrote with Sir William Gell, an account of

Faculty Spotlight: Greg Aldrete, professor of history and humanistic studies – Fourth Estate Newspaper

 Faculty Spotlight: Greg Aldrete, professor of history and humanistic studies   Fourth Estate Newspaper
Faculty Spotlight: Greg Aldrete, professor of history and humanistic studies
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He is also author of the book "Daily Life in the Roman City: Rome, Pompeii and Ostia." "It is such a unique experience for students to be learning from and interact with the author of these books," Sherman said. "He uses references to his own works in

Kinect SDK Could Open New Worlds for Motion-Controlled Interfaces – TechNewsWorld

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 Kinect SDK Could Open New Worlds for Motion Controlled Interfaces   TechNewsWorld
Kinect SDK Could Open New Worlds for Motion-Controlled Interfaces
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Transported into something akin to "the ancient Roman city of Pompeii," All Things Digital columnist Arik Hesseldahl wrote that he could see detailed 3D renderings of his environment and other users. Our data is already migrating en masse to the
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