Where did Bacchus go?

Some archaeologists work in museums. I’m one of those archaeologists and I take care of all the ancient artefacts at the North Carolina Museum of Art. You will find on Untitled, the NCMA blog, some of my recent scholarly activities regarding the Classical marbles in the collection. Click here to find out where Bacchus went…

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  2. Today, the NCMA launched its new website and revamped blog, now called Circa. The post Where Did Bacchus Go? was transferred over to the new site and I have updated the link.

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