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  • Clothing of Men and Boys - Summary outline of clothing worn by Roman men and boys in the Roman Empire.
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  • Clothing of Women and Girls - Brief summary of clothing styles worn by women and girls during the Roman Empire.
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  • Greek Fashion - Classical Greek men's and women's garments described comprehensively in text and pictures, sourced from classical literature and visual artworks.
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  • The History of Costume - 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.
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  • Roman Clothing - Men - Complete introduction to Roman men's clothing and status, the tunic, the toga, jewelry, and hairstyles, cleaning, and other clothing-related subjects.
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  • Roman Clothing - Women - Complete introduction to women's fashion and grooming in Ancient Rome (and Greece), including the peplos, chiton, stola, palla, jewelry, and hairstyles.
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  • Villa Ivilla - 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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