Tag Archives: Rome

Hair Loss as Facial Disfigurement in Ancient Rome?

Jane Draycott is the Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Research Fellow in the Department of Classics at the University of Glasgow. She co-edited, with Emma-Jayne Graham, Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives, Past, Present and Future (London: Routledge, 2017) Hair Loss … Continue reading

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Jane Draycott (University of Wales, Trinity Saint David), ‘Hair Loss as Facial Disfigurement in Ancient Rome?’

Dr Jane Draycott of the University of Wales, Trinity St David, will be speaking at the Effaced from History conference on April 1. To register and view the full program, visit the conference website. Abstract Physiognomy, the art of interpreting and judging … Continue reading

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Effaced: the missing noses of classical antiquity

The project group had its inaugural meeting in Cardiff on 17 October 2016 to brainstorm, discuss themes and plan for the project’s future directions. Below, Mark Bradley (Department of Classics, University of Nottingham) discusses the sort of thing we’ll be … Continue reading

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