Fustanella - Black fustanella, worn by the Macedonian Greeks of historical Macedonia. Yannis Ramnalis 1908
Evzones wearing the traditional Fustanella and tsaroúchia (type of shoe) Εύζωνες με φουστανέλα και τσαρούχια με κορδέλα !
Origins of the Fustanella - A young man with a chiton. Roman copy of a Greek original of the 4th century BCE.
History of the Fustanella - Captain Yannis Ramnalis, Macedonian fighter for the liberation of Macedonia from Turkish occupation and for reunification with the rest of Greece
A Heraria spartan woman and a sculpture for a victress around 460 BC Vatican Museum, description of this type of sculptures by Pausanias in 5.16.3
History of the Fustanella - Pallikari ("brave warrior") from the region of Corfu in Greece. Souliotes who fought against Ali Pasha and his Albanians in the war of independence against Turkish occupation
The Charioteer of Delphi and details of his Chiton, a version called xystis used by all chariot drivers during the race. It spans the whole body all the way to his ankles. It is fastened high at the waist with a plain belt. Two straps cross high at his upper back and round his shoulders keep the chiton fixed during the race.
Origins of the Fustanella - Sgraffito pottery fragments from the 12th century showing Greek warriors wearing the fustanella, from Corinth, Greece
History of the Fustanella - A relief circa 400 BCE depicting the builder of the sanctuary of Vari Cave, Archedemus the Nympholept, wearing a fustanella-like garment. Fustanella, Greek national dress
History of the Fustanella (chiton) - Greek General's Full Dress of 1835 including Fustanella - Greek Costume Collection by NICOLAS SPERLING (Russia 1881-1940 / act: Athens).