From ancient times men have worn masks; they make it to acquire new identity, for religious purposes or simply for fun. At the down of history masks were believed to have magical powers, the man who wore them could become something else, even a God. In the Greek theatre just by wearing masks actors could turn themselves into anybody, kings, […]
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