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Du au 8 March - Portraits and secrets of roman women
From the 11 November 2021 to 8 March 2022, the Musée de la Romanité will be hosting the exhibition “Portrait and Secrets of Roman Women”, which was first presented at the Uffizi Galleries in Florence in winter 2020-2021.

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Du au 8 March - Portraits and secrets of roman women

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From the 11 November 2021 to 8 March 2022, the Musée de la Romanité will be hosting the exhibition “Portrait and Secrets of Roman Women”, which was first presented at the Uffizi Galleries in Florence in winter 2020-2021.

- Women in Imperial Rome: where tradition meets innovation

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Roman tradition presents us with an unchanging image of the ideal woman: Roman women are always described in historical sources as a wife or mother – matrona, as the Romans would say – defined by class and devoted to her family, dedicated to raising their children and spinning wool. However, changing moral standards and opportunities that…
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