Corinthian Helmet, Bronze, c. 510 BCE, The British Museum
Ancient Greek cuirass, Bronze c. 620-580 BCE, National Archeological Museum of Spain
Pair of greaves with a Gorgon’s head in relief on each knee, Bronze, made in Apulia, c. 550–500 BCE, The British Museum
Ancient Greek sling bullets with engravings. One side depicts a winged thunderbolt, and the other, the Greek inscription “take that” (ΔΕΞΑΙ) in high relief, Lead, 4th century BCE, The British Museum
There are two types of people I come across in my line of work. Those who truly believe that change starts with the individual and those who want to act like they do.
We want fantasy! When do we want it? Every now and then, just as a break from the mundane aspects of reality!