From Arches to Aqueducts: The Amazing Architecture of Ancient Rome
The ancient Romans were innovative architects and engineers who invented building methods still in use today. Roman monuments and other famous landmarks constructed in the Roman architectural style will be reviewed and discussed. We will learn about the architectural innovations that changed the world and enabled these monuments to survive thousands of years. Part of a series of four Ancient Roman themed lectures.
Marisa Horowitz-Jaffe has been studying, teaching and living ancient history for over 25 years. Her background includes double Bachelors degrees in Roman Archaeology and Egyptology from The University of Michigan, and a Master’s degree from Harvard University in Art and Museum Education. She spent two decades working in elite NYC art museum education departments, and now enjoys bringing her own artifacts and mobile museum to present enrichment programs in schools, libraries and community groups. Currently, she offers a variety of virtual programs and museum tours. She also offers private VIP tours in person at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. For more information, please visit www.MuseumsWithMarisa.
Registration is required. To register please sign-up here on our online calendar and the zoom link and info. will be sent directly to you on the day of the program.