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Stone at the exhibition collection at the Roman Baths, Bath.

Image explaining the stone, which dates back to the first century ad, when Britain was under the Romans.

Of course, my pseudonym, Aufidius is not based on the Aufidius featured in this post. Rather, it’s based on Tullus Aufidius, a character in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus. I played Aufidius at the Shakespeare Drama Competitions for College a few years ago.

Coriolanus the film is currently being produced with Gerard Butler as Aufidius.

I have been rather occupied with a lot of things, including moving house. Just settling in and I hope to post more images of my trip to Bath.

Enjoy the rest of your week!

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3 Comments

  1. Seems Aufidius resonates across the ages!! Nice pic and very educative from a point of history. Keep up the good work my friend.

  2. Very informative post.

    Looking forward to see pictures taken with the 1000D 🙂

    Cheers!

  3. Dilshan – Thanks for dropping by, appreciate your comment.

    Me – Shak – Thanks mate!

    If either of you want a very quick description of the play, here’s the link.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/coventry/stage/stories/2002/11/coriolanus-at-the-swan.shtml


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