augustus waters. augustus fires. augustus earths. augustus airs. the fault in our elements
Rose wasn’t expecting him to get the reference. And yet he did. “I didn’t know Shakespeare was on the curriculum for Muggle Studies.”
"It’s not," Scorpius admits. Rose smiles.
"Romeo and Juliet is a classic tragedy," she points out.
"Yeah… But we’re not, y’know?" He fits his hand in hers.
"A classic comedy, maybe," Rose laughs.
"Definitely. Especially with your family around."
In which Rose Weasley and Scorpius Malfoy admit to not entirely disliking each other, despite what their surnames might entail.
They’re maybe kind of totally the star-crossed lovers of their generation.
"There is something inherently valuable about being a misfit. It’s not to say that every person who has artistic talent was a social outcast, but there is definitely a value for identifying yourself differently and being proud that you are different."
Archaeological Museum of Lamia:
The museum of Lamia is probably one of the few museums that have such a well preserved pottery collection from the late archaic period to hellenistic times, coming from a single area. Its highlight are definitely the very beatiful polychrome plates.
A corinthian kylix with a lion attacking a deer, a lekythos shaped like a sandal-wearing foot, a kylix with a kneeling man between a set of eyes, a stylish black-glazed amphora decorated with palmettes on the neck, a lekythos with sculptural decorations, a lekythos in the shape of a man’s head, white-ground polychrome plates decorated with floral and geometrical shapes, a small lekanis with floral and linear decoration, a Kersch-styled lekanis with a depiction of Eros and women with chests on the lid.