Father Secchi demonstrated his water quality disk to the pope on 20 April 1865.
Volume 70 Issue 4 April 2020
The skills of the stone mason align with language to document a 30-year love affair with stone.
The 17th and 18th century European scholars who pioneered the study of Arabic and Islam as an academic discipline.
Those pushing the burgeoning field of Classical Reception Studies probably hadn’t intended to leave the door ajar for heavy metal.
What the Easter 1920 riots in Jerusalem revealed about British rule in Palestine.
Everything you thought you knew about the Aztecs is wrong.
Ovid’s tale inspired one of the world’s greatest works of art.
What the media missed while covering the discovery of two statues in Rome.
How Worcestershire sauce changed the way we look at medieval manuscripts.
How Chinese porcelain became a worldwide sensation, changing tastes and the global economy.