Clothing of the Greek in ancient times. Pre-Christian times.

Greek in ancient times. The Ancient Greek Costume History. Greek king with regalia. The peplum

Antique print.1884. Lithograph.129 years old print. Characters,vestments  and Fashion of Greek People in the Ancient era. 11,50x8,40 inches

Historical Costumes - A multitude of depictions of Ancient Greek men and women

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roman fashion '' le costume occidental de l'antiquité à la fin du XX siècle "

This picture represents typical outfits worn by women in Ancient Greece.

Wealthy Greek women with some color. The orange color was made from a saffron dye. Saffron helped with childbirth and cramps for women and was worn for weddings or to bring its healing powers to a woman in life if she wore it.

Kendall Redburn Costumes of All Nations-Asia Minor

Kendall Redburn Costumes of All Nations-Asia Minor

Костюм древней Греции

on the left: either a heavily embroidered dorich chiton or two layers of chitons with the outermost layer heavily embroidered. on the right: a triple-girdled ionic chiton with a diadem

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ

Figure wearing diplax or mantle doubled over the chiton poderes, or chiton reaching to the feet.

Ancient Greek lady in Ionic chiton and himation

Ancient Greek lady from Sicily 400 BC wearing an ionic chiton. Over the chiton she wears the himation.

Greeks would wear "Petasos", which we know as hats. They appeared around 1200 BC and were made to protect the greeks from weather. Just like in the photo, the "Petasos" would have chin straps so when they were not being used the hat would still ahng down the greeks back.

Greeks would wear "Petasos", which we know as hats. They appeared around 1200 BC and were made to protect the greeks from weather. Just like in the photo, the "Petasos" would have chin straps so when they were not being used the hat would still ahng down the greeks back.

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