TLS article on the Non-Catholic Cemetery

September 3, 2015

Thanks to ancient historian Mary Beard for her lovely write-up of her recent research trip to Rome, which this time included a visit to the Non-Catholic Cemetery where Keats and Shelley are buried amongst a whole host of fascinating figures from literary history.

We always maintain that any visit to the Keats-Shelley House museum is complemented by a visit to the Cemetery, which is a beautifully landscaped, tranquil space and important heritage site in the city.