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Kathy Schwab ’76 Interviewed About Research on Ancient Greece

Kathy Schwab ’76 Interviewed About Research on Ancient Greece

Scripps College alum Kathy Schwab ’76 was recently interviewed by one of Greece’s leading newspaper websites about her research on ancient Greece’s most famous coiffure, the intricate braided hairstyles of the Caryatids, the massive maiden sculptures that stand in place of columns in the south porch of the Acropolis in Athens. In the Greece-is.com article, […]

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