Bust of Roman woman with fashionable hairstyle during rule of Flavian dynasty
Roman bust of a Roman woman with a hairstyle fashionable during the rule of the Flavian dynasty (69-96 CE). Part of the hair was combed forward and then built into curls; the back part was braided and arranged in a bun (the so-called “wasp’s nest” or “bee’s nest”).
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