Repression took different forms in the Victorian and Greek eras. The Victorian era was one that is known as a time of great repression, especially when it came to sexuality. It was also the time that Sigmund Freud came to prominence in the scientific community with his theories of the human mind. In his book, "Lectures on Psycho-Analysis", Freud's theories go into detail about the aspects of repression and resistance that were taking place in people's minds in that era. The repression of ancient Greece however was more occupationally related, as shown in the Greek play "Antigone". This exhibit will display objects that connect to the theme of Repression present in both eras.