As explained in the previous tasks, I have a book that consists of pictures except for some subtitles. Obviously, it was not easy to find suitable keywords for Alice. I tried Aurel and Triumph. I got 90 results. One book that caught my eye was Alberti, 10 books of architecture from 1755. “These were monuments erected during the Expeditions themselves; others, such as follow, were raised after the Victory obtained, and the Conquest compleated.” was the quote Alice showed me from this book. Later I realized that I was shown this book because I was in the Brain of Alberti and Vitruvius. However, I found it striking that Alberti, as well as other “hits”,use Bartoli’s picture book as an example of a fact. I now tried to find a possibility where Bartoli is used as a reverence for a subject. But found this quite difficult. Using the keywords “Bartoli column drawing” the book “Stones of Venice” by John Ruskin was suggested to me. “On the column of Antoninus (Bartoli, Colon.” I found an interesting quote and thought it would lead me to more information about the statue or Bartoli. However, in searching for words in Ruskin’s text, I found nothing that led me to either. I move away from the General Xenotheca and try to come to new conclusions with the location of M. Aurelius column in the architectural brain. A suggestion comes up that looks promising. “Ancient Rome The Archaeology of the Eternal City” by John Culston. The book from the year 2000 examines among other things also the M. Aurel column. I would certainly find information about it in that paragraph. However, the book is not available in the Xenothek. I think Alice is an exciting alternative to other search engines. Poking around in quotes is an entertaining change.