Writer: John David Rhodes

Mussolini and the Tomb of Augustus in the Spring of 1935

Mussolini and the Tomb of Augustus in the Spring of 1935

By John David Rhodes

Fascist urban planning was animated by the fear that one might be looking at the wrong thing. Too many buildings from too many periods stopped vision from apprehending what ought to have interested it most, the monuments bequeathed to posterity by the classical past. Phrased differently: these monuments, or their… Read More