221. Hadrian's Wall. 20 x 15 cm (8 x 6") photogravure etching, Carbon black etching ink on Fabriano Tiepolo paper (2006); Tirage: 16.
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Related prints: Common Groounds, Colosseum, Glencoe
Related reading: Marguerite Yourcenar's Memoirs of Hadrian is an imagined autobiography of a 'nearly-great' Roman emperor, as he is said to have described himself. The wall that bears his name marks the limit of the Roman-civilized world. It is an implicit renunciation of the ambition to establish a universal empire, and in that regard one of the earliest recognitions of the virtue of diversity.
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