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Latest Material Musings article

This month on Material Musings blog, Dr Rocío Gordillo Hervás explores the significance of dress in religious ceremonies in an article entitled: 'Roman priesthood regalia: the bust-crown'.

You can read it here.

April's Material Musings blog post

This month on the Material Musings blog, Chris Parr discusses animal footprints on clay tiles and whether these can be considered epigraphic, in an article entitled "(Ro)Man's best friend: pawprints on a clay tile from Leicester".

You can read it here.

New post on Material Musings blog

New for February on the Material Musings blog, Tallulah George explores the use of hairpieces in imperial Roman society in an article titled "Hair today, gone tomorrow: imperial trendsetters". Read it here.

May's Material Musings blog post...

In a new blog post for May on Material Musings, Kieren Johns discusses the marble statue compositions depicting tropaea (trophies) which can be seen today on the Capitoline in Rome, in an article titled "Spoliated spolia: the tropaea Marii on the Capitoline Hill". You can read the article here.

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