The competition gave to me …
a Temple to Saturn,
Christmas jumpers in the lab, a snowy Silbury Hill, two ‘geofizzing’ students, a snow covered Castle Hill, a sweeping digger in the snow, a frosty Grimspound, a Lewis chess piece, and a snow capped Avebury.
Massimo Brando submitted this excellent image of the snow frosted Temple of Saturn in Rome.
For more on Rome’s temples, see N. Terrenato et al. 2012 ‘The S. Omobono Sanctuary in Rome: Assessing eighty years of fieldwork and exploring perspectives for the future‘, Internet Archaeology 31.
Or dip your toes into maritime Rome with the evolution of Rome’s maritime facade: archaeology and geomorphology at Castelporziano archive.