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Wandering Scholars: D.G. Hogarth and the Art of Travel

David George Hogarth first arrived at the British School at Athens in 1887, only a few months after it began operation; more students soon followed in his wake. However, unlike his fellow students, Hogarth was attracted to a field outside mainstream Classical or Byzantine subjects. As a result, he spent time in Asia Minor under […]