Rupert Scott

Articles

  • Travels With My Caique

    Kaptan June Makes Waves, by June Haimoff

    From Issue 53
  • Exile in Paradise

    From Issue 50
  • Cry Me a River

    Meander by Jeremy Seal
    South From Ephesus by Brian Sewell

    From Issue 48
  • Cult Capital of Caria

    Labraunda: the hilltop shrine to Zeus

    From Issue 43

    Little known and rarely visited, the hauntingly beautiful sanctuary of Zeus at Labraunda – built by the family of the legendary Mausolus high above Milas – was for centuries Aegean Turkey’s most revered shrine. A Swedish team has managed to uncover the ruins without sacrificing the serenity of these sacred hills. By Rupert Scott. Photographs by Ali Konyalı

  • The Power of Photography

    Charles Newton and the birth of archaeological photography

    From Issue 41

    Rupert Scott on Charles Newton and the birth of archaeological photography. (This article was a footnote to Digging for Glory, Cornucopia 41)

  • Digging for Glory

    From Issue 41

    Bodrum’s peace was shattered in 1856 by the arrival of a warship bearing one of the most ambitious archaeological expeditions Britain has ever launched. Leading it was Charles Newton. His mission was to locate, excavate and carry home one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World

  • A Grand Tourist

    From Issue 43
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