Several Aegean (Minoan & Mycenaean) works of art depict trios of females: a girl, an adolescent, and a young woman (sometimes an older woman is also depicted). This theme may refer to a universal, female socialization process.
"'We Are Woman': Girl, Maiden, Matron in Aegean Art," in Engendering Prehistoric 'Stratigraphies' in the Aegean and Mediterranean (Aegaeum 30), edited by Katerina Kopaka and Robert Laffineur, pp. 207-212. Liège and Austin.
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