Ancient Greek girls' clothing in multidisciplinarity: a study between images, texts and materiality
Presentation by Elodie Bauer.
What types of clothing were worn by girls from birth to marriage in classical Athens? It is to this question that my lecture, which explains my current doctoral project, will attempt to give some answers. Whether it concerns its aesthetic aspects, its effects and placement on the body, the context of its wearing or the identity of its wearers, Greek female garments and adornments are here analyzed through a multidisciplinary approach, combining vascular iconography, textual documents and material matters.
A free discussion among all participants will follow the lecture.
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