A close look at the flowers, fruits, seedpods, insects, and other small creatures in this 16th-century book
Scholars share their work advancing our understanding of art and culture.
A clue in a sale catalog helped expand the object’s record
A seminal manuscript tells the Indigenous side of a historic battle
Who owned this artwork before a museum? Provenance, explained.
When a colleague asked, “What is the weirdest thing you’ve worked on in storage?” I instantly replied, “A group of Roman iron nails!”
On saving heritage and human lives.
Paper as creative material at the Bauhaus.
Introducing our new global initiative Ancient Worlds Now.
A new resource for provenance research.
Renée Ater investigates monuments to the slave past.
The hidden story of a marble bust.
Three essays on race, anti-semitism, and gender identity in the Middle Ages