Friday, August 07, 2009

Worshiping Women in Athens

The controversial position of women in ancient Greece is examined thoroughly in a not-to-be-missed exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, which celebrates 120th years since the inauguration of its main building in central Patission street and the 180 th anniversary of its establishment as the country’s principal museum for ancient art. Worshipping Women: Ritual and Reality in Classical Athens can be visited until November 30.


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