Immersion 2012: Ancient Rome  
On the last night in Rome (after a splendid farewell feast), Charles Hill '14, Wes Adams '14, Josh Jones '14, Michael Carper '13, Nate Chapman '14, Stephen Batchelder '15, and Dr. Sears took a stroll through the historic center of Rome. Here they pose in front of the iconic Trevi Fountain. Though it dates to the Baroque period (and thus beyond the class' scope), it marked the ancient spot of a Roman aqueduct and was built to celebrate the aqueduct's rebuilding. Folklore has it that if you throw a coin backward into the Trevi Fountain, you come back to Rome.  
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