In the hours of the Tucson massacre, on a side of the world where journalists do not flinch at calling American acts of violence "terrorist," revision to the hegemonic notion of cultural influence (Etruria—Egypt—Corinth—Rhodes—Phoenicia): At the Villa Giulia, a parade chariot for the regal dead of Vulci: documentation of craftsmanship & wisdom, sculptural beginning, arising from the labor of immigrants.