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Matthäus (Detail) di Rudi Brochhaus

Apostolo Matteo (dettaglio), Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano, Roma

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a very good bust of Marcus Aurelius. Roman sculptors used to be more realistic than their Greek counterparts; a fact that can also be seen in this piece of art. All the weariness caused by a long and exhausting war, serious illness and difficult children is portrayed excellently on emperor’s face. ancientart: Ancient Roman bust of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, marble, 3rd century. Courtesy & currently located at the Ephesus Museum,

Ancient Roman bust of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, marble, century. “ Marcus Aurelius was Roman Emperor from 161 to He ruled with Lucius Verus as co-emperor from 161 until Verus’ death in

Thales de Mileto: Es considerado el primero filósofo occidental ya que intento dar una explicación física del Universo. Nació en Mileto ( 625/624 a. C.) - Murió en ibídem (547/546 a. C.) Fue el iniciador de la Escuela de Mileto y en la antigüedad se le consideraba uno de los Siete Sabios de Grecia. Destaco como filósofo, astrónomo y en la geometría.

In this episode, Peter Adamson of King's College London introduces the podcast as a whole, and the thought of the early Greek philosophers called the Presocratics. He also discusses the first Presocratic philosopher, Thales of Miletus.