There’s a new issue out of Sfinx, the Danish popularizing journal on Mediterranean culture and archaeology. The cover story is a small piece by me on the recent sculptural finds from Sagalassos (“I bad med kejserfamilien”, pp. 170-171). Mainly, I urge readers to visit this spectacular site in Pisidia, and I hope that the Belgian excavators from Leuven receive some Danish visitors during next year’s season! Other features of interest include the latest thoughts on the sculptural programme of the Templum Pacis (do by all means also visit the wonderful new Museum of the Imperial Fora), and an article on the work of Danish architects in Greece (on which an exhibition opens on Friday at Thorvaldsen’s Museum in Copenhagen).