Making Roman Crowns: Lessons from Roman Floral Design: Building Sustainable Floristry Today (Part II)

Dr. Patty Baker (University of Kent) shares an update on the progress of her ICS-funded public-facing project exploring Roman floral design. Surviving images from the Greco-Roman world often portray deities, women, men, and emperors wearing crowns made of laurel, olive branches, grape vines, and flowers. Garlands consisting of greenery, fruit, and flowers are depicted adorning … Continue reading Making Roman Crowns: Lessons from Roman Floral Design: Building Sustainable Floristry Today (Part II)