Greek Nudity

4 April 2015
A look at the meaning of nudity for ancient Greek society.

A look at the meaning and significance of nudity in ancient Greece. The author argues that nudity in ancient Greece was highly praised, appreciated and publicly displayed. A look at reasons why nudity was celebrated and glorified in ancient Greece.
“In the post-Christianity era, nudity, or more frequently used and linguistically precise, nakedness, has been equated as the source of sinfulness, as demonstrated vividly in the first chapter, the Genesis, of the Holy Bible. This is not to say, on the other hand, that nudity has been for good dwelled in human’s consciousness as sin. As a matter of fact, in ancient Greek, nudity was highly praised and appreciated. Furthermore, it was publicly displayed as a gift from God. Thus, what was then and what is now? By the end of this paper, I hope we would be able to find some answers to this question.”
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