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18th- and 19th-century Americans of all races, classes and genders looked to the ancient Mediterranean for inspiration

By Sean P. Burrus, Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow, Bowdoin College
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Americans of all stripes have long embraced the culture of the ancient Mediterranean, using ancient ideals to navigate a new world.The Conversation

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