Sunday picture - Villa Jovis, Capri

Villa Jovis, Tiberius’s palace on Capri, completed in AD 27 and from where he then ruled until his death in AD 37.

The entire complex spanned several terraces with a difference in elevation of about 40 metres and covered 7,000 m² (1.7 acres).

Reconstructions by Carl Weichardt (1846-1906), German architect – Das Schloß […]

Why is NEXUS 'just' a novella?

Good question! I’ll try and explain…

Firstly, what’s a novella? Essentially a short novel, but with a difference. Currently immensely popular as an ebook, ”…it allows for more extended development of theme and character than does the short story, without making the elaborate structural demands of the full-length book. Thus it provides an intense, detailed […]

Day at the Museum

No, not the reverse of the Ben Stiller movie, but a completely self-indulgent day at the Museum of London which is where I took these photos.

Whenever I view Roman rooms/galleries anywhere, I’m always struck by just how much ‘stuff‘ the Romans left behind. Moreover, what we’ve unearthed was what people threw away, dropped, left […]