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12 thoughts on “Ask a Question about the Role of Women in the Art of Ancient Greece”

  1. What are some interesting facts about Athena, the goddess of knowledge, domestic art, arts and crafts, and war???

  2. Cassandra

    Are there any descriptions of Cassandra in the midst of a vision/prophesy? If so, would you please cite the text and translate.

    Thank you

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