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An afternoon reading for families with children
The latest issue of the journal Nuncius has been published by Brill (Vol. 34, issue 2, 2019).
Firenze, Boboli Gardens, Limonaia Grande 21.06.2019 – 06.10.2019)
Trajan’s Column was inaugurated in 113 AD. It is an engineering feat of incredible complexity which bears witness to the heights attained by Roman civilization in the art of building.
The project "Museo Galileo bridges the gap" broadens its horizons and reaches Pointe Noire in Congo.
Florence, Museo Galileo (06.06.2019 – 22.09.2019)
Leonardo was not at all—as generally retained—“an unlettered man”. An avid reader, he owned nearly two hundred books, an extraordinary number for a 15th-century artist-engineer.