Πέμπτη, 13 Ιουνίου 2013

Juvenalia in Poland

Sophia Katseli, reporting from Poland, informed me (via our good mutual friend Marianna Tsigakou) of the customary celebration of student spring break week in Poland involving dress-up and drinking activities. 

They appropriately call the whole celebration juvenalia or piastonalia and, as you can see from the photographs kindly provided by Sophia, some dress up (or undress, depends on how you see things) inspired by Roman and Greek antiquity. 
Though this seems more Roman than Greek, I have to say I was really smitten by the way a

young student uses his nice black-figured amphora. 











*Many thanks Sophia and Marianna!*

2 σχόλια:

Ο σκύλος της Βάλια Κάλντα είπε...

Something you might be interested at

http://valiacaldadog.blogspot.gr/2013/06/blog-post_15.html

Vassiliki Pliatsika είπε...

As always, very-very interested in your posts!!!
You have a way of discovering such neglected treasures ;)

Thanks for this!