Lifelong Learning

Showing: 1 - 5 of 5 RESULTS

Damnatio Memoriae

The Latin phrase “ damnatio memoriae ” means condemning the memory. Today, since the origin of many languages ​​is based on Latin, the words that make up the phrase are familiar. “Damn” and “memory” are still used. There are some who say that languages ​​like Italian, French and Spanish, which are derived from Latin, are …


Aspendos, Love and Conglomerate

Aspendos is always referred to by its theater. The story associated with its construction – how much we do not know correctly – strengthens this perception. But it would be unfair to Aspendos to be limited to the theater. Aspendos is actually a highly developed city of Pamphilia. It is a city in …


Fatih Sultan Mehmet

Although architecture is an area close to art, the most different aspect of painting, literature and sculpture is that you have an employer. Rarely, an architect finds the opportunity to produce without an employer or in an environment where the employer offers him unlimited freedom. I’m not saying right or wrong, that’s …


The Fall of Ikaros

Pieter Bruegel’s The Fall of Ikaros around 1555 is an impressive work that I enjoyed looking at and immersed myself in. Therefore, I wanted to take a closer look at this painting. The Fall of Ikaros, Pieter Bruegel, circa 1555. Source: web1 Let’s talk briefly about the painter… Since Pieter Bruegel’s son …