Man-eating dolphins, crazy cow heads, scary skeletors, fake saints and a drainage mask- it seems like Rome has always been ready for Halloween. . . .
This entry was posted on October 31, 2012 by digostiaantica. It was filed under #DigRome, Archaeology, Communications, Cultural Heritage, Rome, Study Abroad, Sustainability and was tagged with #DigRome, archaeology, cultural heritage, italy, Rome, study abroad, sustainability.
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