Ancient European Costume and Fashion, Volume 1
Clothing styles from prehistory to A.D. 1066 displayed in over 160 illustrations. Draped robes of classical Greece, the apparel of a 10th-century Byzantine emperor, garments of peasants, as well as footwear, hairstyles, jewelry, more.
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Anglo-Saxon ankle band barbarian became belt border bracco bracelets Britain bronze Byzantine Byzantine Empire Byzantium Celtic Celts centre century A.D. Charlemagne chieﬂy chiton civilisation clavus cloak cloth colour Constantine Constantinople costume crown dalmatica decoration Diagram Doric chiton draped dress edge embroidered embroidery Emperor Empire Empress enamel fashion fastened Fibula ﬁfth century ﬁgure ﬁne ﬁnished ﬁrst ﬁrst century ﬁxed ﬂowing folds fourth century Frankish front garment Gaul girdle gold Goths Greek hair head head-dress himation Holy Lance Huns Imperial inﬂuence Iustinian jewellery jewels king ladies leather left shoulder legs linen material mosaic neck noble Odoacer ornaments Ostrogoths paenula palla pallium paludamentum pearls period Persian picta piece purple Ravenna right shoulder Roman Rome round sagum second century shape shoes shown in Fig side silk sixth century skin sleeves Stilicho stola straps Teutonic third century toga picta tunica veil Visigoths waist wearing women wore worn woven wrists