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Den flaviska frisyren i romersk skulpturkonst

Liljeström, Elisabet LU (2009) ARKK01 20091
Department of Archaeology and Ancient History
Abstract
The purpose of this essay is to discuss the flavian coiffure. A flavian bust that belongs to the University of Lund, is the base of the discussions about the looks, techniques, and theories about the hairstyle that was popular in the flavian era. Other portraits from that time are included in the study, as well as different types of coiffeurs, diadems, tiaras and wreaths. This is basically a comparison between the flavian hairstyle and different types of hairdos, with the intention of showing differences, likenesses and possible explanations of the extraordinary hairstyle that was popular in the late first century to middle second century A.D.
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Liljeström, Elisabet LU
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ARKK01 20091
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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language
Swedish
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1411571
date added to LUP
2009-09-02 14:06:11
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2009-09-02 14:06:11
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this essay is to discuss the flavian coiffure. A flavian bust that belongs to the University of Lund, is the base of the discussions about the looks, techniques, and theories about the hairstyle that was popular in the flavian era. Other portraits from that time are included in the study, as well as different types of coiffeurs, diadems, tiaras and wreaths. This is basically a comparison between the flavian hairstyle and different types of hairdos, with the intention of showing differences, likenesses and possible explanations of the extraordinary hairstyle that was popular in the late first century to middle second century A.D.},
  author       = {Liljeström, Elisabet},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Den flaviska frisyren i romersk skulpturkonst},
  year         = {2009},
}