Greek chiton

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Different versions of Greek dress: Peplos, Chiton, Himation, and Chlamys. Ancient Greek Costumes, Ancient Greek Clothing, Ancient Greek Dress, Ancient Greek Theatre, Ancient Greece Fashion, Greece Costume, Roman Dress, Greece Art, Greece Food

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I think, it would be ingratitude if i havent given here at least one article about a source of such an inspiration as culture ( specific fashion) of ancient Greece. Period of ancient Greece, which is certainly admired by lots of people ( not only me) is the period, when the clothes were serving to people and not people to the clothes.It is the period, when women became human nymphs, walking…

Greek peplos : Century BC - Century: Ancient Era – Greece and Rome : E. Ancient Greek Costumes, Ancient Greek Clothing, Greek Fashion, Roman Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Renaissance Clothing

Greek peplos : 2nd Century BC - 5th Century: Ancient Era – Greece and Rome : Entretelas Vestuario : Manufacture of tailored suits, vintage, historical clothing, medieval costumes, Romans, Greeks, centuries and rebirth, etc.

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The project explores how prehistoric people dressed and expressed creativity and identity through pottery, metalwork and textiles during the period BC. University of Southampton archaeologist Dr Jo Sofaer, who is leading CinBA, says: & Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Celtic Clothing, 1800 Clothing, Mode Boho, Iron Age, People Dress, Couture, Fashion History

Archaeology in Europe News

Archaeological news from the Archaeology in Europe web site

CHITON (peplos): Va fija a los hombros, dejando libres los brazos, no está unida a los lados, pero se sujeta a la cintura mediante un cinturón y se ata a las caderas. Chitón (traje básico unisex): formado por dos paños regulares unidos entre si, fijo a nivel de los hombros por medio de fíbulas o broches. Largos al tobillo para los adultos y cortos bajo rodilla o sobre ella, para los jóvenes. Celtic Clothing, Medieval Clothing, Historical Clothing, Iron Age, Greek Mythology Costumes, Greek Chiton, Roman Kings, Greek Plays, Nativity Costumes

CHITON (peplos): Va fija a los hombros, dejando libres los brazos, no está unida a los lados, pero se sujeta a la cintura mediante un cinturón y se ata a las caderas. Chitón (traje básico unisex): formado por dos paños regulares unidos entre si, fijo a nivel de los hombros por medio de fíbulas o broches. Largos al tobillo para los adultos y cortos bajo rodilla o sobre ella, para los jóvenes.

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Las mujeres griegas usaban el peplo dórico, era una tela en forma de rectangulo, media 180 cms de ancho, se llevaba drapeado, la tela sobrante de doblaba hacia arriba.