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Ancient Greek women's clothing

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.

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Greek Costume - Greek Fashion - Uniform - Ancient Greece - Original wood engraving drawn by Knilling.

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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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An asymmetrical himation-diagonal mantle worn by both men and women of ancient Greece millennia ago. Inspiration for formal evening ensemble.

Clothing of Ancient Greek Women : One of the main differences between the peplos and the Doric chiton was the length of the over fold, which was called the apotyga.

Clothing of Ancient Greek Women : One of the main differences between the peplos and the Doric chiton was the length of the over fold, which was called the apotyga. Looks a lot like Duchess Aikaterine's tutorial using a sari (saree) cut in half

Ancient Greek lady in Ionic chiton and himation

Ionic chiton. Ancient Greek lady from Sicily 400 BC

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

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