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Tejidos: Seda, tafetan, terciopelo, tapiceria, brocados, hilo, lana, algodon, elaboraban los vestidos imperiales con una gran variedad de tejidos, el uso de las telas suntuosas distinguia su indumentaria de las otras civilizaciones.

Tejidos: Seda, tafetan, terciopelo, tapiceria, brocados, hilo, lana, algodon, elaboraban los vestidos imperiales con una gran variedad de tejidos, el uso de las telas suntuosas distinguia su indumentaria de las otras civilizaciones.

A Little Fishing

Happy Mother's Day with a vintage photo (around of a lady who caught a huge fish lbs) Continue reading →

A peplos was worn as a symbol of the graceful simplicity of early Greek style. Most peplos were made of wool, though some wealthy women had them made of fine linen or silk. When the Ionic chiton became a popular garment the peplos was worn as a cloak or overgarment over the chiton.

Most peplos were made of wool, though some wealthy women had them made of fine linen or silk. When the Ionic chiton became a popular garment the peplos was worn as a cloak or overgarment over the chiton.

La Pintura y la Guerra. Sursumkorda in memoriam

An Insubres chief around 225 BC. The Insubres and Boii led the confederation of Gallic warriors who fought at the battle of Telemon against the republic of Rome.

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