Summary outline of clothing worn by Roman men and boys in the Roman Empire.
Brief summary of clothing styles worn by women and girls during the Roman Empire.
Classical Greek men's and women's garments described comprehensively in text and pictures, sourced from classical literature and visual artworks.
Complete introduction to Roman men's clothing and status, the tunic, the toga, jewelry, and hairstyles, cleaning, and other clothing-related subjects.
Complete introduction to women's fashion and grooming in Ancient Rome (and Greece), including the peplos, chiton, stola, palla, jewelry, and hairstyles.
Text and illustrations from Braun and Schneider's 19th century book, The History of Costume. Color sketches of typical costumes throughout ancient history in Rome, Greece, Judea, and the Persian Empire.
Information on daily life in ancient Rome including food, time, and clothing for men and women. Also has a glossary of common Latin phrases.
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