[[Imago:Margaret Mead NYWTS.jpg|thumb|Margareta Mead in [[bibliotheca]] inter [] et [].]]
'''Margareta Mead''' ([]–[]) fuit
[[scriptor]] et culturalis [[anthropologia|anthropologus]] [[CFA|Americana]], quae in "mediis conlectis"<!--en:mass media--> praecipue decadis 196 et 197 saepe fuit [[orator]] et scriptor. <!--
both a popularizer of the insights of anthropology into modern American and [[Western culture]], and also a respected, if controversial, academic anthropologist. Her reports about the purportedly healthy attitude towards sex in South Pacific and Southeast Asian traditional cultures amply informed the 1960s [[sexual revolution]] . Mead was a champion of broadened sexual mores within a context of traditional western religious life.
A committed [[Anglican]] Christian, she took a considerable part in the drafting of the 1979 American [[Episcopal Church in the USA|Episcopal]] [[Book of Common Prayer]].<ref>Howard, 347-348.</ref> -->
Ea celeberrime senex amiculum proprium et procerum virgam bifurcam saepe gerebat.<ref>http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/mead/oneworld-comment.html, "Margaret Mead As a Cultural Commentator," in ''Margaret Mead: Human nature and the power of culture'' ([[Library of Congress]], inventum 2008-03-08).</ref>