A Female Head in Style of Greek Representation of Aspasia A Female Head in Style of Greek Representation of Aspasia

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After the antique. Forward gazing, her hair swept back and centrally parted, with arching eyebrows over almond shaped eyes, her...

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After the antique. Forward gazing, her hair swept back and centrally parted, with arching eyebrows over almond shaped eyes, her full lips slightly parted. Aspasia was a woman who taught public speaking in Athens. She was the partner of the famous general Perikles. Aspasia had much more independence than most women in Athens.

 

After the antique. Forward gazing, her hair swept back and centrally parted, with arching eyebrows over almond shaped eyes, her full lips slightly parted. Aspasia was a woman who taught public speaking in Athens. She was the partner of the famous general Perikles. Aspasia had much more independence than most women in Athens.

 

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