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Tag Archives: Pier Paolo Pasolini
somewhere between 2 B.C. and 6 A.D.
There was the Year One. In the sixth century, Dionysius Exiguus presented a calculation of the “first year of our Lord”; it was slightly inaccurate, given the scant and conflicting evidence in the Gospels, and on neither of those accounts … Continue reading
Posted in Art History/Antiquity/Anthropology, Feature Article, Ideas/Opinion Tagged Alfred Newman, Anton Raphael Mengs, Augustus, Ceres pagan madonna, Dionysius Exiguus, E.M. Forster, Edward Gibbon, G.K. Chesterton, geologist jefferson williams, Henry Koster, Hieronymous Bosch, Josephus Flavius, King Herod, Konrad Witz, Leptis Magna theater, Madame Pickwick, madame pickwick art blog, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Pliny the Younger, Richard Burton Leave a comment
The Enlighenment. The Age of the Enlightenment. The name of an age, the eighteenth century all across Europe and the colonies in the New World and the name of a movement that pervaded and came to dominate that age: a … Continue reading
Posted in Art History/Antiquity/Anthropology, Feature Article, Ideas/Opinion, Modern Arts/Craft Tagged David Hume, Franz Xaver Messerschmidt, Immanuel Kant, Jacques Lacan, Madame Pickwick, madame pickwick art blog, Max Horkheimer, Peter Howson, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Slavoj Zizek, Sokari Douglas Camp, The marquis de Sade, Theodor Adorno, Voltaire, Wieland Schonied Leave a comment