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Sculpture 1: Portrait bust of a Flavian Woman Roman Sculpture (90 B.C.E.)
To find books: search roman sculpture in the library catalogue
Some examples: Roman Portraits in Context (search e-book for flavian or hairstyles)
To find articles, search JSTOR:
Search terms for JSTOR:
“Flavian sculpture” and/or “hair,”
“hairstyles,” and “roman sculpture”
vespasian and women,
roman portrait bust,
Scuplture 2: Statute of the Old Market Woman Greek sculpture (1st century C.E.)
JSTOR search terms:
"old women" And "greek society"
Waldhauer, O. 1946. "Myron's Anus Evria and the Drunken Woman in Munich." American Journal of Archaeology 50: 244-46.
Richter, Gisela M.A. 1970 The Department of Greek and Roman Art: Triumphs and Tribulations Metropolitan Museum Journal 3: pp. 75, 78, fig. 8.
Abramitis, Dorothy H. 1997. "Statue of an Old Woman: A Case Study in the Effects of Restorations on the Visual Aspect of Sculpture."