My name is Agnes Crawford. Originally from London, I graduated from Edinburgh University with a Master of Arts degree in Architectural History in 1999. I moved to Rome in 2000 and am proud to be licensed as a guide by the Province of Rome. I lead made to measure tours of the city at understandingrome.com. I am delighted to be recommended by The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Sydney Morning Herald, Conde Nast Traveller’s Rome City Guide App, and the Rough Guide.
This blog is dedicated to musings on all things Roman. A sort of digestion of the myriad of new things I notice in this wonderful city every day.
A while back I found an article I believe you wrote called ‘Vitruvius: the most influential architect who ever lived. Probably.’ I found it a fascinating read but I can’t seem to locate it again. Have you taken it off your site and if so is it possible I may read it again somehow?
Hello! Thanks for your message and sorry for the slow reply. I can’t find it either I’m afraid. It appears to have been a victim of my latest website overhaul. I shall endeavour to seek it out…