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Question about the gender during the Greek Antiquity

Question about the gender during the Greek Antiquity

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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Rectangular architectural panel (metope) from the monopteros of Sicyon, a Greek city on the Peloponnese. The Dioscuri Castor and his cousins (the sons of Aphareus) are represented here leading a herd of cows, stolen from Arcadia in Greece. Painted inscriptions indicated the names of these figures. This metope is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi in Greece. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between…

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Panneau architectural provenant du monoptère de Sicyone
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes
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Torso of an Amazon, probably belonging to an Amazonomachy from the Tholos of Delphi, Greece. This torso, with draped clothing and ribbons around the waist and breast, is held at the Archaeological Museum of Delphi. It is one of the pieces studied as part of an investigation into the significance of gender differences in Ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th century BCE.

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Torse d'une Amazone, appartenant probablement à une Amazonomachie de la Tholos de Delphes

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