Slide No.41
Acropolis - Parthenon ruins.

Slide No.42
Exomis ( 1 shoulder chiton)
athletes, children, slaves and workers.

Slide No.43
Fibulae (safety pins) that hold most
garments together. Swastika on one pin an
ancient Greek symbol without sinister connotation.

Slide No.44
Charioteer of Delphi - Ionic Chiton.

Slide No.45
Himation (note facial hair).

Slide No.46
Himation (body enveloping blanket).

Slide No.47
Greek pottery - Chlamys (cape) Petasos - straw hat.

Slide No.48-Chlamys, Petasos.

Slide No.49
Archaic Kore - Ringlet hair, early narrow peplos.

Slide No.50
left - Doric Chiton; right - Ionic Chiton.

Slide No.51
left - Himation; right - Ionic Chiton, Diplax

Slide No.52
Doric Chiton, Apotgyma - overfold,
Kolpos - blousing, Peplos - skirt.

Slide No.53-Doric Chiton.

Slide No.54-Chiton with Diplax.

Slide No.55-Diplax, Tholia (hat).

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