18th- and 19th-century Americans of all races, classes and genders looked to the ancient Mediterranean for inspiration
In a new land, the ancient past held special meaning. ‘Temple of Aphaea, Aegina’ by John Rollin Tilton. Courtesy of Museum of ArtThe ancient world of the Mediterranean has long permeated American society,
News story posted on 2022-11-21T13:16:00.0000000Z