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Charles Freeman

Charles Freeman has been nosing his way around the Mediterranean since 1966 when he dug on a Roman villa near Naples and 1968 when he worked at the city of Knidos in southern Turkey. His many books include Egypt, Greece and Rome, Civilizations of the Ancient Mediterranean (OUP), now in its third edition, The Horses of St. Marks (their history over 2,000 years) and Holy Bones, Holy Dust (Yale UP), a study of medieval relic cults. He is Historical Consultant to the Blue Guides writing the introductions to several volumes and Sites of Antiquity, Fifty Sites That Explain the Classical World, most of the sites ones that he has visited. He is working on a study of the revival of classical culture in medieval and Renaissance Europe.

Image above: Urbino, Ducca Palace, Federico da Montefeltro's Studiolo
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