EGYIPTIAN- loincloth or short skirt. A piece of white cloth held in place at the waist with a girdle. Similar to a sarong or pareo.
EGYPTIAN- A narrow cape of leopard or panther skin worn by priests and noblemen.
EGYPTIAN- A cloth neckpiece (like a collar/necklace with border design and embroidery) Generally worn by priests
EGYPTIAN- Similar to the sah, but worn to symbolize or worship the Godess Hathor
EGYPTIAN- A long form fitting sheath gown for women. May be plain or patterned, with one or two straps
EGYPTIAN- A mans square cute linen headscarf
EGYPTIAN- Light pleated, transparent, large scarf carefully draped around the body and held by a knot just below the breasts worn by the Pharaohs and the Queen
EGYPTIAN- A gold and blue long rectangular ornament worn by royal family in front of schenti or royal haik
EGYPTIAN- A small venomous snake work as an ornament on a headdress often made of gold
EGYPTIAN- The headdress showed on Sphinx. A linen cloth worn over the temples with the folds falling down over the ears. Worn by Pharaohs and noblemen, and knotted in a particular way.
GREECE- like a cloak or cape for men, originally worn by soldiers and later by civilians. wool fabric
GREECE- Like a tunic worn by both men and women. long or short. Doric chitons made of wool, Ionic chitons made of linen
GREECE- A large shawl swathed around the body without fastenings worn alone or over the chiton. Worn by both men and women.
GREECE- Pins or broaches worn by both men and women
GREECE- Originally an over garment, a dress with fibulae at shoulders. Worn by women. Preceded the chiton.The peplos was sometimes called the Doric chiton
GREECE- Linen cloak worn by women. a garment like the peplos worn on top of the ionic chiton hanging just below the waist or belted with the extra length folded over the belt
GREECE- A bulbous, sock-like hat worn by women
GREECE- A conical hat worn by women
GREECE- From the word leather - a piece of armor that covers the body from the neck to the waist. worn by men
GREECE- Buskins or boots worn by men
ROMAN- Breast-band, an undergarment often of leather or soft fabric to support breasts
ROMAN- Ankle-length tunic gown worn over an undertunic elbow-length sleeves, short sleeves or sleeveless. Jumper like. Status symbol of matriarchal position
ROMAN- Wide belt at hips to hold stola. girdle
ROMAN- Belt below breasts to hold stola. girdle
ROMAN- Red or purple "bands" for the hair
ROMAN- Short cape covering only upper arms
ROMAN- Coarse woolen cape with hood and sleeves
ROMAN- Undergarment loincloth
ROMAN- Red veil worn by brides that covers upper part of face (forehead)
ROMAN- Underwear, tiny fitted loincloth- like bikini underwear