A peacock drinking water from the empty foot holes of an inscribed statue base.
Judging by the Strabo narrative, the dedication by Alexander the Great of the new temple for Athena Polias in Priene is a rather interesting story.
This project can be considered as a workshop on some parts of a very comprehensive whole, determined by aesthetic criteria from the perspective of typography.
In 1817, a compilation book was published with content selected from the impressions of British travelers from their journeys to the East. Its editor was Robert Walpole. This is a book known as Walpole’s Turkey.
A typical example of a tomb inscription from the fifth century BC. It features time-specific Ionic typeface and typesetting such as monoline, dotted Theta, and four-line Sigma.
All kinds of them are live here already, spread over a wide geography. The inscriptions. History on the rocks (pun intended).