When Alexander the Great conquered Egypt, he triggered a period of profound cultural and social change. As traditions evolved, so too did clothing, reflecting a society caught between the familiarity of the past and the appeal of the new.
Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert is an archaeologist and historian (University of Warsaw, PhD: 2006). Her research focuses on material culture, the history of technology and everyday life in Egypt (4th c. BCE–8th c. CE). She has worked at the National Museum in Warsaw and the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo. Since 2017, she has been a research fellow at the Centre for Textile Research at the University of Copenhagen.
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