Loyola University Maryland

Department of Classics

Photos

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The left side of the study cubby shows a re-imagined version of Raphael’s “School of Athens” and a Greek helmet with some artists’ signatures.

 

 

A close up of the helmet.

 

The image has been altered to include the current members of the Classics department.

 

The right side of the image. Can you identify the professor and students depicted here?

 

The center of the image. Can you identify the professors and students depicted here?

 

 

The left side of the image. Can you identify the professors and students depicted here?

 

 

The other side of the study cubby depicts tragic and comic masks, lists the names of the Muses, has an image of Oedipus and the Sphinx, and two decorative floral bands.

 

 

Here is a close-up of the wall with the Muses’ names.

 

 

Here is a close-up of the floral band near the ceiling.

This image shows a close-up of the Oedipus and the SPQR floral band. You can also see the columns painted on the long wall of the lounge.

 

 

 

The long wall of the lounge sports a pair of columns on either side of the door and one further down the wall as well.

 

A Doric and Ionic column stand on either side of the door.

 

 

Check out the capital of this Corinthian column on the long wall!