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Ionic chiton. Love love love that fabric!

Asclepius was a deity of healing among the ancient Greeks. A son of Apollo, he was cut from his mother's dead body on her funeral pyre by. Greek Gods And Goddesses, Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek History, Art History, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art Romain, Roman Gods, Greek Culture
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Italic gold ear-ring formed of a hollow tube with a ring of beaded wire at one end and a female head at the other. Excavated/Findspot in Atri tomb, Italy.

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Gold ear-ring formed of a hollow tube with a ring of beaded wire at one end and a female head at the other.

Marble statue of Athena, known as "Athena Mattei" - height m, Roman copy c. BC after Greek bronze model of the century BC - at the Louvre Museum Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Clay, Art Sculptures, Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Art, Greek Statues, Ancient History, Athena Goddess, Goddess Of Love
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Greek Sculpture

Ancient Greeks had sculptures depicting gods and goddesses, royalty, animals, and sports, like Olympic events. Greek pottery depicted stories, myths, everyday life, and sports as well. A statue of …

Etruscan terracotta plaque depicts a male double-flute player, wreathed in chiton, heavy himation walks to right, on the broad band; he is holding up and playing on the flutes. Thin reed plant at right. Painted and Museum of fine arts Boston Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Carthage, Ancient Music, Creta, Minoan, Greek Art, Ancient Artifacts
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Etruscan terracotta plaque, about 470 B.C., Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. One of two painted Etruscan plaques (pinakes in Greek) at the MFA used to cover the walls of a tomb; this one depicts a male double-flute player, wreathed in chiton, heavy himation walks to right, on the broad band; he is holding up and playing on the flutes. Thin reed-like plant at right. Painted and fired. Above: fillet and ovolo, wave (left to right) bands; below broad band broken by a maeander in the form of…

Ancient Greek Costume - This is a drawing a man wearinga himation. Ancient Greek Costumes, Ancient Greek Clothing, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Toge Romaine, Ancient Greece Fashion, Greece Costume, Greek Drawing, Greek Men

Ancient Greek Costume ~ Karen's Whimsy

Shown below are nine stunning illustrations of men and women in elaborate Ancient Greek Costumes including a squire, a Grecian victor, and others.

(Goes with Olympia Project-Old version) Ancient Greek Clothing; most vital part is the wet drapery (most prominent of Greek clothing) Classical Greece, Classical Antiquity, Greek Fashion, Roman Fashion, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Drawings, Ancient Greece Fashion, Ancient Greek Clothing
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Ancient Greek Clothing ~ Karen's Whimsy

Below are ten exquisite black and white drawings of Ancient Greek Clothing including images of Grecian ladies, a priestess, a philosopher, and more.

"Sappho" by John William Godward. Dates: 1910 Artist age: Approximately 49 years old. Dimensions: Unknown Medium: Painting - oil on canvas. John William Godward, Greek Fashion, Roman Fashion, Roman Clothes, Pre Raphaelite, Ancient Rome, Fashion History, Pop Art, Portraits
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Sappho by John William Godward

Marble statue of Zeus showing himation being worn. Classical Greece, Classical Art, Greek Men, Greek Gods, Dresden, Greek God Costume, Greek Costumes, Ancient Greece Fashion, Ancient Greek Clothing

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David Bowie, The Man Who Sold the World album cover, 1970 I recently gave a lecture on cross-dressing to a terrific sociology class at FIT, and I had such

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Artemis (Roman Diana) crowned with the crescent moon, wearing a quiver, and wielding a bow. Note: the crescent and bow are probably non-original Renaissance era restorations. She was the goddess of the hunt and the moon. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Gods, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Potnia Theron, Moon Goddess
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Artemis (Roman Diana) Crowned With The Crescent Moon, Wearing A Quiver, And Wielding A Bow | Modern Art Movements To Inspire Your Design

Artemis (Roman Diana) crowned with the crescent moon, wearing a quiver, and wielding a bow. - theoi.com

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Chlamys, a small mantle was used for travel or riding. It was fastened with a fibula in front or on one shoulder. Boy Wearing a Chlamys (Tralles c. Ancient Greek Costumes, Ancient Greek Clothing, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Rome, Rome Fashion, Greek Fashion, Fashion History, Ancient Greece Fashion, Greek History

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