J.C. Zietsman


The previous volume of Akroterion introduced illustrated articles with a general appeal to promote an awareness of Classics among a broader reading public. The response from readers (regular and new) was very positive. The two illustrated contributions in this volume cover topics as far apart as a Neolithic flint arrowhead from England dating to around 3500 BC to the influence of Graeco-Roman architecture on modern buildings in Stellenbosch.

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