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Iford Arts: Agrippina

Although perhaps not quite reaching the social cachet of Glyndebourne or Garsington, the opera season at Iford Manor is always a delight, both for the setting and the standard of the music. 780 more words

Concert Reviews

Power-dressed and power hungry: Handel's Agrippina at Iford

Bruno Ravella has updated the action of Handel’s Agrippina to the consumerist hell of the 1980s, giving us big hair, shoulder pads, cocaine and ruthlessness in spades. 50 more words


Agrippina in brons

Keizerin Agrippina de Jongere. Replica naar één van de weinige bewaard gebleven complete grote bronzen Romeinse beelden in de wereld.

gesigneerde en genummerde oplage 1/8

afmeting 39 cm x19 cm


Great Fire of Rome – Was Emperor Nero Involved?

Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus, popularly known as Nero was the Emperor of Rome for less than two decades yet it was during his rule that Rome witnessed massive changes. 417 more words

European History

Piso and Plancina

Germanicus, pride of the Roman Empire,
Was brought down by Piso, a treacherous liar,
Who schemed with his missus, Munatia Plancina,
To kill him with poison. 264 more words


The Weak Link (part 1)

When people mention the name Nero, it tends to conjure up an image of a tyrannical, cruel monster, obsessed with luxury and bloodshed. Nero is however far more complex, than the standard portrayal of him would allow us to think. 2,462 more words


Roman Aristocratic Feminine -- My Focus on the Story of Agrippina

I have to say this is a wonderful story-book more than a historical chronicle. Under the author’s writing, there appears many figures who was living in that far ago ancient world and would like to bring readers back to their prosperous age. 1,530 more words