EPITAPHS OF A DRESSMAKER AND A HAIRDRESSER

EPITAPHS OF A DRESSMAKER AND A HAIRDRESSER

Introduction: rich ladies in Rome had unique hairdressers and dressmakers whom generally speaking had been slaves. Dressmakers and hairdressers had been during the beck and call of mistresses whom might be demanding. A mistress whom discovered her coiffeur unsatisfactory wouldn’t normally think twice to beat her servant. Numerous slaves whom passed away kept no trace of the presence, aside from possibly a tombstone erected by a close buddy or other slave. The epitaphs regarding the two tombstones which can be cited here are, very very first, for the dressmaker called Italia and, second, for the hairdresser known as Psamate. Continue reading “EPITAPHS OF A DRESSMAKER AND A HAIRDRESSER”