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Greek & Roman Myths on Leeds Buildings – 27th September

August 27, 2012
My poster for my talk with images of classical characters on Leeds Buildings (Atlas House, a shop, the Town Hall and two banks)

My poster for my talk with images of classical characters on Leeds Buildings (Atlas House, a shop, the Town Hall and two banks)

Thursday 27th September 2012 at 13:15-13:45 in Leeds City Museum

Eleanor OKell “Greek and Roman myths on Leeds Buildings” will reveal some of the stories told through architectural sculpture in Leeds, asking what these stories communicated and why they were considered appropriate decoration for  public buildings. Tim McConnell (Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholar) has a guest spot to talk about his research on the personification of Justice in Leeds.

My poster for Tim's talk with images of Justice from Abtech House, Park Row and County Arcade, Leeds

My poster for Tim’s talk with images of Justice from Abtech House, Park Row and County Arcade, Leeds

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  3. Sehr neu.Danke. Das wollte ich finden. Wertvolle Mühe. Empfehlenswert und reich an Gedanken. Kunstman.

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